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Full text of "Pine needles [serial]"

The University of North Carolina 
at Greensboro 



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the new W. C. began to take shape and grow from a dream into a 
Ragsdale-Mendenhall had many curious visitors, gaping at the luxui 
paint to green, gray, and yellow at the tiled lavatory space reple! 

furniture . . . the luxurious counselors' apartments with square bathtut 
We stared; we liked what we saw; and we were proud 

We gasped when we inspected the new library- Breathtaking was 
had emerged a truly majestic building. We crossed the threshold of c 
We wondered how we survived in the small, cramped library of previou 
listening rooms for the music lovers . . . of more comfortable chairs . . 
cigarette when the books got us down ... of easy chairs scattered thrc 
We realized we were taking an important step toward making W C "j 

We began to admire the flat landscaping where the old bridge u 
misgivings at the passing of the old landmark, but we realized that pr 

Directly across from the library rose the new wing to the Home I 
marble columns. We anticipated the opening of a larger cafeteria whi 
majors looked forward to more room and better facilities. 



ut that's not all. We watched day by day further construction gc 




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Miss Dorothy Davis, advisor, helper, co-worker, and, 
above all, friend, we, the class of nineteen fifty-one, 
gratefully dedicate the Pine Needles. 

For her interest in us as individuals and as a class, for 
her patient listening to our troubles, for her infectious, 
ever-present smile, for her unceasing encouragement and 
faith in us, and for being our Miss Davis, we offer to 
her . . . our annual. 




for advice, 

for help, 

for friendship 



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President Gordon Gray 



Governor W Kerr Scott 



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administration ...1951 



PRESIDENT GORDON GRAY 

We can agree with Presidenl Gordon Cray when he said, "I have 
the highest hopes lor the Woman's College, State College, and 
( hapel Hill." The new President of the University of North Caro- 
lina is -i Tai Heel bj inheritance and by choice, but he is equally 
well known and valued outside the state. IK came to the University 
from Washington, D. ( . where he served .is Secretary of the Army 
under President Truman from L947 until 1950. His record of service 
to the nation is one that brought him praise from n.ition.il anil 
world figures. 

President Gray's work as a newspaper publisher and radio station 
owner will provide an excellent background for his work as chief 
administrator for the University. A member of Phi Beta Kappa at 
Chapel Hill, he has shown himself a scholar by leading his gradu- 
ating class scholastically. He assumed his duties in Chapel Hill in 
September and was inaugurated on October 10 in ceremonies attended 
by educational dignitaries from all over the United States and from 
abroad. 



GOVERNOR NX'. KERR SCOTT 

Since his inauguration in 1949 Governor Kerr Scott has shown 
an active interest in the advancement of public education in North 
Carolina. He has worked closely with the officials of the University 
in planning its operation and growth. As an alumnus of State 
College in Raleigh, he was well acquainted with the University before 
he became connected with it in an official capacity. His aggressive 
liberalism and alert knowledge of affairs of his state are nowhere 
more evident than in his awareness of their needs and his interest 
in the students of the University of North Carolina. 



CHANCELLOR EDWARD K. GRAHAM 
Dr. Edward Kidder Graham is another part of the Woman 
community that is as new as the physical changes we have known 
this year. Our new Chancellor came to this college from Washington 
University in St. Louis, Missouri, where he was Dean of Faculties 
from 19 is until L950. A graduate of the University of North Caro- 
lina in Chapel Hill, his name is one connected with long and loyal 
service to education in North Carolina. 

Chancellor Graham and his family are already a familiar and 
vital part of the campus activities. His three children arc- enrolled 
in Curry School. Dr. Graham's new ideas and vibrant personality 
have brought added life and interest to the many organizations to 
which he has given his time and attention. We can see a bright and 
forward-moving future for the Woman's College under his leader 



DEAN OE WOMEN KATHER1NE TAYLOR 

Miss Katherine Taylor was a member of the faculty of Woman's 
College before she became Dean of Women three years ago. Her 
intimate contact with students as their teacher has made her an 
understanding administrator. She is a familiar figure to everyone 
from freshmen to seniors. We see her as she presides in Chapel or 
speaks at Pre-School Conference or meets to add her opinions and 
help to student ideas. She keeps in touch with the residence halls 
through her relationship with the counselors and plans with them 
a homelike atmosphere in the dorms. By virtue of her position. Dean 
Taylor participates in every phase of student activity. Thus she is a 
link between the student body and the administration as a whole- 




Chancellor Edward K Graham 



Dean Katherine Taylor 



administration 



The realization of the plans for the new Woman's College — the construction 
of its long awaited buildings, and the enlargement of its student body — is the 
result of hard work and inspired planning by the entire administration of the 
school. They have created a larger and more varied program in the Graduate 
School. This year the Physical Education Department and Home Economics 
Department have been expanded to meet the new demands in those fields. 
As we see their plans take physical shape, we can feel and appreciate more 
fully the long years they have spent building a bigger and greater college for 
us to enjoy. 





officers 



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John E. Sockwell, Jr 



President Mary Jane Wharton Sockwell 1M1 John, Jr.) 
First Vice-President. . . Margaret Mos Hodnett (Mrs H I | 

Sunn, | Vice President Virginia Sloan Swain (Mrs. Louis) 

Recording Secretarj Mary Lois Gordon Thomas (M 
Executive Secretary Betty Brown Jester (Mrs < .lrlton, Jr.) 



the alumnae 
association 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Josephine Hege, Annie Mdver Young 
(Mrs. James R.). Julia Ross Lambert (Mrs. W. L.), Jane Summerell, 
Martha Fowler, Annie Kizer Bost (Mrs. W. T.). Elizabeth Reeves 
Lyon (Mrs. R. L.), Elise Rouse Wilson (Mrs. George Dean). Nell 
Jones. 



The Alumnae Association welcomes the Class of 1951 into 
membership. Woman's College is ours. We are proud of her 
past; we are privileged parts of her present; and through our 
support, our interest, and our help, we can assure her future. 







department heads 



Forum i a 



atennlnrist- ... II,,- I ' - 

i ■ ,,p. I Hill. M.-l pmgn --i' 
It. |v) lakes pari in nun 
Curriculum, Creative \,i- r 



Miss HELEN IXGRAHAM Biology Department 

U.S.. 1918 (Knox College); M.S.. 19_>i U'niversiu ,.i « 

(Bryri Mawr) 
In hei Erst yeai .1- head ol the Biolog) Department, Miss Ingrahain 
has upheld the departmi ol u hievi meat. Shi 

r. ,t, bi nti .1 thi 1 olli .• 11 \\ 1 ll< sley's e rent) fifth birth* . ■ ■ 
.mil has M-rvr.l ..-1 the Steering Committee ■■! the Curriculum Com- 



Department 

B.A., B.S.. 1931 (B ing Green College of Commerce) M.Ed I93S 

I'h D . 1948 (Pittsburgh). 

\ vm'1'1'. kimnii .uith.-r i>( art idea on bus iducation. Dr. 

Littlrjohn 1- .in actiTi membei ol man] aational bus <■ — . — ..■ 
1 ''■ in the N 1 v I I"- "ill Educal ion I li partment, and 



DR. WILLIAM R. BARRETT. . . German Department 

B , 1939 (Citadel) U \ 1940 (Duke) ; Ph.D., 1918 (North 

Carolina 1 : 1 I niv r-ilv ,,! \I 1, luc.in I . 
T * 1 - ■ l.. mi. in 1. iii-ii, t -. i- langled ami untangled on the third floor 
"I M. ]wr in [)r. [iarrelfs classes. He is a favorite of students in 
and out of In- department. He 1- a member of numerous language 



the 



monograph. The Ge 
hunting and fishing in 



thos, 



DR. WARREN ASHB , . . .Philosophy Department 

\.\\., 1939 (Maryvffle); B.D., 1942, Ph.D.. 1910 (Yale). 

The Philosophy Depart] I ia enjoying a greater pouularity than 

•'vi I'l'lni- nnl tin- 1- line to the efforts of the head of the deparl- 

Ni.i.i H. W..11.11 \-hln. Hi- I,.,, k-ri.iir.d .,- ., teacher and a Methn- 
li«l 1 - 1 veil ,- I,,- own personal sense ..f fairness and 

■! 1 ■ i.-.m li ..II pli.i-. - m( ni.ln-..j.|iv. Mr. \~liby is par- 



MISS FLORENCE SCHAEFFER. Chemistry Department 

(Barnard) j M.A., 1922 1 Mount Holyoke) ; (Univerait) of 
c hicago) (Yale) 

\ l.eliewi in III. nupr.. win. -til ..I ■ 

..I . In r.M-ir ■ - effer is well 

informed 111 tin. h.l.l ft. 'in her work »u the Me.-nni: Committee ol 

\ ' ' ■ ■'! v <- in. I tin :ir(i. I- ^ -li. lias written for 

1 .11 V W « -l>. |..irii. i|i.ii.-- ■■>■ iii. ( nrrieulum and 



MISS ETHEL L. MARTl'S 

/ ducation Department 

A.B.. 19-"> (Pembroke College, Brown University) ; 
M S., 1931 (Wellesley). 

I In 11. ■» bml.l.ti- I.. 1 tl,, n,..-,,.,l K,In, atiMii Department is a par- 
loulai [.mi. ,t ,,,.i i„i ,,! \l,~ \l. ,,!.i- tin- war. It is a much needed 

Til-. V I though finding time for 

painting. Miss Martus is an active 



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OR I.IONARD B. HURLEY English Department 

B.A.. 1913, M.A.. 1916 (Duke); Ph.D., 1932 (North Carolina). 

The students' needs and welfare an always placed firs) by Dr. 
1 the English 
Department, one ..f the largest departments at W. C. He is active 
in campus affairs, serving on the Vdministrative Council of the Uni- 
versal) "I Norl ' t i- Forum Committee, and as Chair- 



DR ANNA JOYCI REARDON Physics Department 

l: V 1 ■'■.■' 11 ..':. .. .1 -1 I. ,..,1 . \l S-, 1933. 
Ph.D.. 1937 (St. 1 -1. 

much less my. I to the Btudi nts al W. C. 

H.-r 1. 1.. .!.■_. ,„ in popularitj every year. She 

ami (he Screening Com- 

OR JAMES ALBERT HIGHSMITH 

Psychology Def 

B \ 1910, M.A., IQI.i (North I arolina) : 

P D l"-; (Georg, Peabody). 

feats, experiments, thcori - white rats this is Iir. Hiebsmith's 




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of nineteen fifty-one 



DR FRANK A. I.A1NI 



Classical Civilization Depart) 

(M ibli Sun i : Ph.D., 1949 (\ indi rbill). 

r.i|iii|lv cmwinn •!• |>.irl n 



I -In t r ..m. [.u* 



I."U 

Di I lit 

I.I -III I. I I ,1 I ImI„.,I,i„1. II, I- ., ....... I.. . i.l III.' I I. 

\ i.l I III.- Mid-Wesl ami thf S Ii .in. I of Phi Sigma Iota 

in. I in sin.ua Phi, Language an. I classic! organisations. Reworking 
furniture ami Listening to music a,.- In* leis lime interests. 



MR george m. ioyc.i: 



I lii- \\ .im's C.-ll.-i' I <>r m i.il - 

the hazards of the business world 

loyce'a deparl at Besides sen tng 

ib > ii ,■ president ol the Piedmont Ch 



DR. ALBERT S KEISTER Economics Depart* 



laim for himself in Ins work 
Willi the American Arbitration Association am! the V. S. Concilia- 

i Service. He is a past president of the Southern Eeo ica 

\-ni i.iiion and has had articles published in several journals. 



MEss MARGARET M. EDWARDS 

// .... / '. • Department 

B.S., 1912 (Monti Stat, i i M \. t 192 luminal j 

ii orni 

The II I Ii.i-.ii I i- nit ..iili an .-turi.-n.-v llial i. 

charai Btii ..I \li-- Edwards. She La a membei ol lh. 

lllllll. I li. . \--,,. I. III. -II. III. \lll.ll. Ill \ ... ..ll.TI ,i 

,11 ii,,.. -i„ urine sriiclci 

and collect old cook book* I mt-. 

DR. HELEN BARTON. Mathematics /)■/>...;.«<»/ 

B.A., ru I ii..,,. I. ii . M \. 1922, Ph.D., L92IS (Johns-Hopkine) . 



DR WINFIELD S. BARNEY 

Romance Lmgujge Dtp, 



..,,rk in Hi. in.-- 1 ancu.ii;.-- .11 ...iii|..i-. Hi. Ham. \ 

i\.- in 11. 11. il .un.iiii/.iiiiiii- 1" In- Ii. I.l. H*' ha. done 

work ..11 the Nal al Foreign Language Committee. A 

ll,i. \|,, ,1,1,1 I ..1, -i,.,-.. \ ,.,t ..I \iti.iiia. In- Iia- 

..-.1 as President ,-f the South Vtlantii Modern Language Associa- 



French AVu 



I....MI, in l-UCI ami I,.,- 



DR CHARLES E. PRALL 

11. v.. L912 il rsit] oi towa) : ' 

Ph.D., L928 1 I . 
Having 1 ompleted lii- sei ond yea 
in a program to improve teai he 



DR RITH COLLINGS. 



-k ..( adjusting the 



.Education Department 



ihMih n./uin.,. 



1 111,1, 1,1,,,, 



DEAN H. HUGH ALTVATER.. v 

B.A., 1920, M11-.M., 1929 [Michigan); Mus.M., 1925 (Southwestern). 

It. .in Utvatcr i- i- u,.',\ kn..n -,..,1 , ...ii- .11 our campus 

as Ik- i- in tin- mu-x l-mt-iii.-. Ii.- mat lie found cood 

Greensboro Orchestra I o ■'- I hoir, presidii 

Greensboro Civii M - laaoi ' oi making plans foi thi Stati 



MR. GLENN R. JOHNSON Sociology Department 

B.S.. 1915 (Reed) : M.A., 1916 (Colombia). 






n- growth and progress .ire dm 

Way from on i .anion*, h,- i- kin>»n tm In- »nrk on 

County 1i.t.-i-I{a,i,il < i-i-o ami lli.- North Carolii 

ol Soi ial Servit e. He ■- i mi mb mo aouinern 

- 1. -H .1 -■■■ i-li. -. l-oi i, i. in .,--■- i ..*. in -no. ito .■ 







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in memonam 

C.D.JOHNS 

head of the history department 
1888-1950 



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LU.C. 



acu 



u 



Helen [ngrahan 



ii Beelei 

MA I HI MA IK S 
i Barton it i 

l II, .In,.-. \V;,tki,,- 

i ,.,i,-. i ev. Is H.. 

II. Grogan 
Peck Walker 

MUSIC 



U.S.. M V 
B.A., M \ 



Jane ('. Frosl B.A., M.A. 
Esther Wooten 

Carolyn Dees B.S. 

Betty Mom. I B.S 

Margaret Stewart All. 

BUSINESS EDUCATION AND 

SECRETARIAL ADMINISTRATION 

Vance T. l.ittlejnlni H.A.. U.S.. M.Kil.. fli.l). 

Patrj Spruill M.S.. B.A., M.A. 

Maude I.. Adams B.A., M.A. 

Mathilda Hardawaj M.M.A.. \| M. \ 

Rowena Wellman B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Evelyn Fowlei it \ . M.S. 

Louise V. Whltlock M.S.. M.S. 

Mary Giles B.S.S.A. 

Robert Chapman M.A. 

(HI MISTRY 

Florence I . Schaeffer B.A., M.A. 

Elva E. Barron B \. \i S 

Gulta Marble II. \.. M.A.. 1'h.l). 

l-.li/alu-tl. Ml.im- M.A.. M.A.. I'll I). 

Hice i. Ryan M.A. 

CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION 

Prank A. Laine B. \. Pli l> 

Mm lit' Soles M.A M. \ 

Angela D. Pardington M.A.. M A. 
on leave ,,r absence n>.-.«i .-. i 

i OMMERCE 

George M. Joyce us, M.S. 

Marj ll.iii.-ii B.S M.A 

Margaret C. I>,-Yi„„v B.S., M.S 



ECONOMICS 
Eeister I 

l.ittlejolui 11. V. M. 



Evel) 1. Powler 
Eleanor Craig 
Taylor I.. Burton 



EDl'CATION 



Mildred U Gould 
AbiB.-iil K. It.mlev 
Mettle Sue Tlllett 

i E. Bridgers 

KmiiiI.iII .larrell 
Maj Dulaney Musi. 



B.S.B.. M.S.M! 



GEOGRAI'HV 

GERMAN 

MEDICAL DIVISION- 



HEALTH 
Mi,.- SehriMT B.A., M. \. 

Mildred Harris ma. M. \ 

At, in- Slianitini L-,-i 
Uutli Dalrymple M.S.. M.N. 

HOME ECONOMICS 
Margaret M, Edwards It s \| \ 

Mabel V Swanson its.. M.s! 



PHILOSOPHY 
Ishbj It. A.. Ill 

PHYSICAL EDI CATION 



Vnna Joyce Rea 
Elsie J t ,,x 
Doane Douthetl 



PSY< HOLOGY 

- Albert Higlismith It. A.. M 

,.iii Duff) It. v., M 

i Mel to) I urn .in B.A., M. 

K. Huse . ^ I, 

B.A., MS,.. Ed., B.D., M. 



John A. Il„ 

M|,1,.\ \v 

M.-m dark 



ROMANf I LANGl AG! S 
s. Barnes B.A.. M 

K. Hooke It. \ .. D.i 



Herbert E. Vaughi 
Mm., Browning 
Mary Kitzscr.-il.l 
Ruth Gunter 
Vnna M. Kreimeiei 
Harriett Mehaffle 
Jesse Peden 
Anna Reger 

Marion M \v.,i 

Man >bs 



M.-m 



,--. II. 1 : 



Ph.B., M V. 

I'll. 11.. M.A. 
B.A., M \ 

. \ M.S.. M.S. 



M:ii;i,IiiI.I. I 



Mmie Benin Knn.lerhnrk 
William \. Fell 

i. da Hardre 



SOQOLOGY 

11 

M.A . I.I.H.. M. 



I a. Ii Gordon Shi 
M.-r.-i, E. Mossma 
Sara E. Smith 

Marv-.,r.-t \V I II.-,lL-e|»-tl, 



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The house president, the girl who runs the dorm. She presides and decides, and 
the results are what make life in the dorms an experience never to be forgotten 
... the gab sessions that take precedence over anything except a date . . . the 
main light switch that blows out on the night before a coordinating test . . . 
the lending, borrowing, and re-borrowing that take place before the dorms are 
deserted in favor of a Carolina week-end ... the dash for a tub at five til 
eleven every night . . . dragging down to house meeting with pajamas and 
pincurls the fashion . . . 



our house 
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MSS KATHERINE MIMS 



ANN INGRAM 





presidents 
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. . . the smell of shampoo every Thursday night . . . your date coming in with 
muddy feet because he isn't familiar with our mud puddles . . . the Busy signs 
that proved a solution to the problem of too-friendly friends on the night 
before a test . . . bridge sessions with the dummy always knitting ... the rush 
to get a room in Ragsdale-Mendenhall and the feeling it gave to be the first 
girls to live in such luxury . . . more telephones added at last to reduce the 
population of the phone booths . . . the sympathy of your friends when "he was 
drafted, and the "I know just how you feel, but you'll live'' . . . 



CLARA DEE BANNER 





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ARS. GOZEAL ANDREV 

Dunselor of Ragsdae t 

FOLLY KEITH 



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. . . the left-handed greeting your roommate perfected the day after she got 
her ring . . . the trading of brothers when your dance date didn't show . . . 
the Sunday night description of the date that made you wish you were blind 
. . . Christmas Dorm Dances, mistletoe and open house in front of the fire . . . 
stealing down to the parlor for dorm devotions . . . eternal looking for a cracker 
and some peanut butter . . . reading and re-reading that wonderful letter . . . 
more bridge, if there's a fourth available . . . those wonderful boxes from home 
. . . these make the dorm life at the "new W'C" 



house 
presidents 



MISS LAURA G. ANDERTON 



HAZELBELLE PEARSALL 



ISS PATRICIA E. CARRUTHERS 
Counselor of Wmfield Hall 
MARY ANNE CAMPBELL 



JOAN ROBERTS 




student 
government 




New buildings, new faces, new roads! We are recovering 
from our first growing pains and beginning to resemble 
the plans made for the new WC of the future. More 
girls have been admitted to the college in keeping with 
our physical growth. As we spread and increase our num- 
ber, there is one factor that makes unity out of twenty- 
five hundred personalities and connects the campus from 
Aycock to Peabody Park. This is the Student Government 
Association . . . the backbone of the spirit at Woman's 
College. 

Nancy Blanton has been a President of whom \\c- 
were proud, and she has had able assistance from Sarah 
Carter, Vice-President; Carolyn Simpson, Secretary; and 
Marion Sifford, Treasurer. These are the students recog- 
nized as the leaders of our Student Government, but be- 
hind them stand the house presidents, legislature, judicial 
and hall board members who support these leaders in 





administering the duties of our government. And the 
source of all student governmental power is, of course, 
the twenty-five hundred students who make up the new 
Woman's College. 



MARION SIFFORD 



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Legislature is the representath e voice oi Student Governmenl 
and Chairman Sarah Carter has worked with this organization 
to make it truly .1 mouthpiece ol .ill the students. Represenl 
ing the residence halls, the classes, and the organized stu 
dent groups from all parts ol campus, Legislature has dis- 
cussed and adopted ideas thai arc- nl concern to the entire 
student body. The National Student Association representa- 
tive was made a member of Legislature. The Busy sign 
idea that originated in S.G.A.'s Pre-School Conference was 



tted on and put into operation by 



islatur 



ager 



make ,niv adjustment that will be beneficial to the students. 
Legislature re-vamped the Points System in certain cases in 
an effort to make the points carried more equally match the 
responsibility of the job and to distribute office-holdinu to a 
larger number of students. 



The faculty participates in tins organization, and we 
welcome their guidance. Bui at the same tune we appreciate 

their recognition of our own ability to do the main job 
Ourselves. This is a greater lesson than could be learned from 
any textbooks in making decisions and assuming responsi- 
bilities similai to those we shall meet after leaving this 
campus. 

Student Government did not begin with us this year, 
and we cannot take credit for its successful establishment. 
But our selection of leaders and the cooperation of faculty 
and student body in the smooth operation of S.G.A.'s func- 
tions have carried on the tradition that is a part of the old 
WC and the plan of the new W'C 



At table: Sarah Carter, Chairman, Marion Sifford, Secretary First row, left to right: Margaret Lewis, Mimi 
Lentz, Dot Copeland, Carol Byrd, Barbara Garvin, Gwen Homer, Jane Swindell, Betsy Howard. Second row: 
Frankie Herman, Lynn Williams, Mildred Orrell, Jaylee Montague, Mane Aventt, Betty Bullard, Patsy Fowler, 
Polly T. Keith, Barbara Kinsman, Nell Adkms, Sterling Moore. Third row: Janice Murchison, Joan Roberts, 
LaRue Wilson, Ann B. Ingram, Clara Dee Banner, Carlene Cathey, Mary Holshouser, Drusilla Bolick, Janice 
Wilhams, Nancy Barton, Anne Sutton Fourth row: Charlotte Bunch, Rozelle Royall, Mary Anne Campbell, 
Sue McCormac, Emmalynn Gettys, Hilda Bullard, Saleta Scoby, Lydia Moody, Jody Mundy, Ann Deans, Sarah 
Ann Hamilton, Bettie Alice Dixon. Fifth row: Jane Sarsfield, Elsie Jane Green, Carolyn Burton, Virginia 
Clough, Betty Jean Troutman, Elaine Holly, Rosemary Boney, Wendy Ward, Louise M001 





MEMBERSHIP OF COUNC 
Merrill, Jaylee Montague, 
Eugene Jeffords, Charles 
Prince, Herbert Mitchell, Donne 



'oman's College . . . Frances Fulcher, Nancy Blanton, Carolyn Burton, Sarah Carter, Betty Bullard, Nancy Holder, Tempe Hughes, Betty L 
ia Moody, Saleta Scoby State College . . . Henry OduTt, Charles Legrand, Jack McCracken, Henry Brown, Robert Scott, Harvey Schwic 
Charles Pugh, William Haas, Jack McCormick, Sam Furches. University of North Carolim 
Noppen, Jr., Thomas Sully, Jr., Horace Stacy, Larry Botto, Ted Leone 



greater university counci 



Three years ago students from State, Carolina, and Woman's 
College, recognizing the need for greater unity among the 
three parts of the University, established the Greater Uni- 
versity Student Council. Their aim was to make the academic 
and social functions on each campus available to the students 
from the other two schools and thus strengthen the bond 
among the students of the three divisions. 

This year the council elected Henry Odum of State Col- 
lege as President. Other officers were Nancy Holder of W. C, 
Vice-President; Charles LeGrande of State, Secretary; an I 
Tom Sully of Carolina, Treasurer. Jaylee Montague of W. C. 
was chairman of the projects committee. 

Their first project of the year was Greater Universit) I )ay 
in Chapel Hill. Council members gave a reception for Presi- 
dent Gordon Gray and represented the student bodies as 
hosts and hostesses at the inauguration. They adopted a plan 
by which exchange lectures from the three faculties could be 
called to speak on either of the three campuses. An active and 
widespread publicity campaign was planned so that students 
of the University would be made aware of plays, glee club 
concerts, and social functions occurring at all the schools. 
They planned for the exchange of programs among groups 
of similar interests. 



These activities are important steps forward toward the 
goal of greater unity. We are proud of the interest taken by 
the students in this attempt to work out the conflicting needs 
and common problems of the three schools that form the 
Greater University. 




greater 

university 

day 

The State-Carolina football game in Chapel 
Hill on September 23 was the setting fur the 
L950 Greater University Day. Seven hundred 
\V( u i r I s joined with students from the other 
two schools in make tins Student Council project 



We had our own cheering section in the end 
zone of Kenan Stadium. Our cheerleaders joined 
first with the cheerleaders from State, and then 
with the Tar Heels' to yell for both teams. At 
halftime, the songs from all three schools were 
featured and the card tricks emphasized the 
(heme of unity. 

A reception at Graham Memorial Hall fol- 
lowed the game. We paired off" with the State 
and Carolina boys and made plans to attend 
the informal dance that night, climaxing an en- 
joyable Greater University Day. 




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judicial board 



Each Monday night that the members of Judicial Board 
gather around the horseshoe table in the Alumnae House 
is an additional proof that great responsibility has been 
wisely placed in the hands on the students on the Woman's 
College campus. This organization demonstrates that we 
are capable of handling our own problems with open 
minds and firm understanding. 

Members of Judy Board deal with each case as an 
individual one and use their combined judgment in an 
effort to be fair and just. Theirs is a responsibility not to 
be taken lightly, and the knowledge of this fact is an 
integral part of their code. 



To the ones who must face the horseshoe table, Judy 
Board meeting may be a time of dread. But even these few 
come away with a new respect for a system under which a 
student's mistakes are judged and punished by the group 
most likely to understand and sympathize, a group of her 
fellow students. The organization has gained respect by 
adhering strictly to their rule that all information revealed 
is to be kept in strictest confidence. 



Final jurisdiction in all cases, except those involving 
suspension and expulsion, rests with Judy Board. This 
responsibility is upheld, and all matters are dealt with in 
a manner befitting an organization whose byword is de- 
mocracy. 



First row, left to right: Miss Louise Alexander, Faculty Advisor; Carolyn Simpson, Nancy Blonton, Chairman; 
Jaylee Montague, Frankie Taylor, Kitty Grill Second row: Jane McDaniel, Fran Fulcher, Ann Brothers, Glenna 
DeWitt, June Rainey. 





POINTS COMMITTEE 

lct» to right: Jone McOonicl. 

Chairman, Libby Boulul, Nell 

Martha Lohr, Anne 
Whitnngton, Mickey Sugg. 



ass, Dons Huffir 



POINTS COMMI1 II 



of Patsy Fowler, has the detailed 
vising tii.- numerous elections on 
■a?-. It handles the tedious paper 

It' part of tin- democratic mt-t lioil 



n tu have more people, rattier ttian a 
in our campus. The points are suiter! 
i the office, and the limit nf fifteen 
etly enforced, .lane MeDaniel is stu 



HONOR HOARD 



ie Bonduront, Mimi Temko, 

Frances Fulcher, Chairman; 

Dr. Warren Ashby, Faculty 

Advisor; Nancy Burton. 



":,Tin 




FiNAXCi: HOARD 



1 uf stuilenls an. I faculty ineiiihers trained in 
of croup tinnnres. .leterniines how funds shall 
the various stink-nt ..iL'.iiii/atinns. Ann Fowler. 
<1 Ilr. Albert Keist.-r. Facility Advisor, head 



I RRM I [I'M COMMITTFI 



ui.-l ihroiiL'li which Mi.' students can voice their 
s on matters iccnrdiiu: the addition of new 

i. mii.ii.iI iliniun ones in our curriculum. 

alley heads the croup nl students I i ,-\ei \ 



Kl \ II W l\l, ( OMMII II I 



the f.i.iitty and students. It is c lantly on the watch for 

possible points of friction and means of better conpel at ion 

between these two groups »> important to each other. 





mam 




we cussed ... we discussed 



V 



3Q*P 







. we slaved ... we played 



senior class . . . 1951 




v7 




^~rr . 




senior class song 

Here's to the class none can surpass; 
We'll never be outdone. 
Our love and pride can't be denied 
For the class of '51. 

Keep well in sight both red and white. 
Our colors bold and clear. 
Loyal are we to W. C; 
Forever hold it dear. 

Chorus: 

The best that \V. C. has known. 

Class of '51, march on! 



senior class officers 



NELLIE BUGG, President 
ANN BROTHERS, Vice-President 
TAVIA HOLBROOK, Secretary 
CORINNE ETHRIDGE, Treasurer 
BETTY CARROLL WIMBISH, Cheerleader 





J 







. . . Dr. Edward Kidder Graham, our new Chancellor and our friend. Mr. 
Graham is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, and therefore was 
well-acquainted with the W. C campus in quite a different capacity from being 
its Chancellor. He came to this post from Washington University in St. Louis, 
Missouri, where he was Dean of Faculties. We extend a sincere welcome to 
him and his family. 

In recognition of his energetic work toward making the new W. C. a reality . . . 
with appreciation for his vigorous interest in us . . . for his ready wit and hearty 
laugh . . . for adding a new spark of life . . . for all this and much more, we, 
the Senior Class, proudly honor our Mr. Graham. 



Grahom at home . . . 

? family circle gathers 

around "Pop." 




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IXZA LAURA ABERNATHY, Valdese 



NELL ADKINS, Franklinton 

Y.W.c.) 

i lub (3, li. 

VIRGINIA DARE ALBRITTON 

Dikean; Coraddi. Business Staff 
1.1. II. 

BETTY SUE ALEXANDER, Greensboro 




PATRICIA JACQUELINE ALFORD, Middlesex 



MARTHA ELLEN ALLEN, Chad 



MARY UPTON ANDREWS, Glade Valley 



BONNIE BROWN ASHE, Lumbe 



PATRICIA ANN ASHLEY, Smithheld 



senior class 



l. n : I il- - t Hi: -|..-.-.l ll.ill II. 

Basketball (1, 2. :l. II: Softball ll. .'. 3 

NANCY STRAIN ATKINS, Durham 
< Int. (1, 2, 3, 1 1 ; Square Dance ill. 








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|()A\ AW I I I I ; M 



II MARII AVI Id I 



H.A , 



.. ■ ..'i , I ...,.l 

I*x r llr ,1 I 

I ... I It \ll.l. I . 

(1 '.,.ili 



II AN Hi in A", i OCI i 

111 I 

M.. li I duel ■ M 2, I, li . 



MI) fi\ l ks. Lexington 



H M . Mu ; 






MM. I: LANCASTER BAILEY, High Point 



NANCY JEAN BALLARD, Ellertw 

\i. n II..." - I .-i i li 1 w i I 



CLARA DLL BANNER. Burnsvill< 

Basketball 12. 3, 4). 

BETSY WAIWVRIOHT BARBER, Wilkesboro 

Dlkeas; Ugialature (3); Mall B.„ 

(3): Ji, Idviaoi (3) | 1 K i 

Irnerii ,i Hi: Squan n 2). 

ROSEMARY HAWTHORNE BARBER, Atlanta, Ga 



..I, in : -,,„.„. D 

B A , Priii 



B A . M.itlicmjtics 



B.S.. Physical Edu 



• I-eague (1) ; Proelor 

-ii. i n. I. i. : 1. I' .... i Dolphla S^l 

.... I...- il -' ■ n ' . . • ■ '..mnali.:. 

: Lilc .-.iMiit Ci; S, I Hall II, J. J, I); Swimmin, .: 

- 



SARA LEE BARKER, Burlingt,; 



B.S., Home Economics 



lean'a List I'll: Proctor (3); H.,ll Social Chairman (3, i) ; Da 

\. II. J. li. \ ,. ..I 1 ,, -i.l. „i i I i i ..I i i: :. tt -i '. ■ . ... 

Km. I I : (i.ilil... I. ... I i '■ II i I). 







Austin 


Averitt 


Aycock 


Ayers 


Bailey 


Ballard 


Banner 


Barber, B. 


Barber, R. 


Barker 



MELLIE HILL BARLOW. Wilmington 



GRACE IRENE BASS. Fayetteville 

an's List I li . I 
,. ,.l Vmerici (3, 1' 

JANE ANNE BASS, Spring Hope 



MARY FRANCES BASSETT, Asheville 

Cornel 




MARGARET ELIZABETH HAITI- . Stjic-svilk 



HAZEL OPALEENE BEAMER, Mount Airy 

Adelphian; North Carolina Baoli-I Hospital Si 



COAN BELL, Fayetteville 

Adelphian; Handbook Chairman 1,31; Dean's Lis! '■< II I I 



- 

, ;i - - ■ ■ !l 1 W.C.A. U. 2) : 

;,.,| Club II. 2. I. li M. I.. .-. I nl- I-'': 1'hi Bela Kappa (4). 



MARGARET GORDON BENTLEV. G 



LOIS MATTHIS BEST, Clinton 

Cornelian; Campbell College (1. 



BETTY GREY BILLINGS, North Wilkesborc 

Alelheian; Brevard College (1, -I: Squill I' 



..1 U'l: 


Dan 


B.A. 

e Com 


His 


t..ry 




,, 


B.A. 


His 


turv 


B.S. 


H 


>me Economics 



senror class 




©^f> 



Beamer 



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hi II', KM lt| VI NS, All* ii 






Bizzell 
Blanton 



K ANN1 M//I ii 



M AKl nil isl BLA< K, Pinehursl 



MII.Y WILSON HI A< K\\ I l I Pim H 



I VI LYN BLALOCK, A-,l„b,, 



ANN Bl RGJ N HI ANKSTEIN, Greensb 



MARY NAMV HI. ANION. \\ ,n-t,,n-s.,lim 






FA , Inli i 






H A . I'n 11 1 



s, Distribute 



HA . Biology, Pre Medical 



M, H„ ,.„, ■ s.l. \ IV .,,!.„! Ill: I i 11.1,1- I' 

II,,- Leaialaluri Rel ""■< (2) I Ootetandina Senloi in. Golden Ch.ii] I I. II: Deu'i 

R H II J ; I, ,.,, ,, ,., r.il , I III ; I- -'I ' " 

\ u , \ , I .■ : n \ „. .|'„-„l,„t l.'l. 

,1 j ; I , ,. ,:, „l, ,.,,..■ D 

Volley Ball I'll : Basket! 3) i Phi Bel. Kapj 



JANE DICKIF. BLEDSOE, Laurel Springs 



NANCY BOWEN BOGART, Greensbo 

II ■ 1 , i lob (3, 4) 

PENELOPE BOGART, Washington 

rea, hen ol \ 



W.I I , i .', , ,l 2) G, n j 

; F, ,!„,,■ It, ,-,, ,.-- 1..-...1- r* ,,l \n„ li- I 



l conomiG 

II ; GaUleaa I 



B.S., Home Economics 
, lob iv »); 



I.S . Business Education 

II,: Flown Chairman (21: 




i $ f 



Block 
Bledsoe 



Blockwell 



Page 42 



REN A WELLS BONEY, Balboa, Canal Zotw 

Cornelian; Dean's List (4t ; Psychology Club (It 



BELLA BOUHUYS. Enka 

Aletheian; Mars Hill College 111; Y.W.C.A. (3, 



MATILDA CLAIRE BOWERS, Rich Sqi 



BULOW WILSON BOWMAN, Charlotte 



JOSEPHINE LOIS BROOKS. RALEIGH 

Cornelian: Freshman Commission ill: Cla*s Secretary (41; Dean's I. 
Inierlanl. Council in, \ u i v I.. 3, 11; Baptist Student Union (1, 

Col 1 (2, 3), President (4); Alphs Kappa Delia (3, 4); Recreation 

(3); V C. Recreation Society Student Section (3, I), President (41; 
(41; Recreation Association (3, l> Squan Dance (3); Camp Counse 
" i Chain (4). 

ANN NEELY BROTHERS, New Bern 



BARBARA ANNE BROWN 




JOE EVELYN BROWN, Sparta 

Aletheian; Y.W.C.A. (4); Fulnre T, 



JOSEPHINE McKAY BRYAN, Lillingto 



M \ K< .11 III HI ( K. k,n,i..n 



.A., Primary Edu 



111 5q 



A . Sociology 

'.W.C.A. (3, 41; 



Educatii 

; II. II II... 



senior class 





0B 










Bowman Brooks 

Bryan Buck 




She's probobly 




& 




.1 I I II DAVIs HI GG W 









li M M 

I ' 



II \Kl VIRGINIA Ml Mil Ed nl 



l ism i',\i i INI I'.i RCHETT1 

Ll.« (3J Honoi Roll I 



111 IS| III I I \ HI K(,| SS, Q 



\A\( Y ANN] HI RTON, Greensbor< 



B A - 



IS, Physical Ldu 



Ui Ihi Ian l Koun P (3) 

I i ui,i -: - I .III.,. 

I ..., . ■ i l. _■ . :i I i .. i. I .i Honoi II. .11 (1. S 

I 

li- Ion i I.. I. H : li I . II. I'i.-. , .l.-iii I II : \, 

(1. 2 : I. S I Hull II. .'. I. II : S.ln 'I i 

Bukctball II, l! I n -..ltl„,ll il : i n 



LUCY CAROLYN BVKD. Greensb 

Ill: l». in i i I ..i It. .■ IJI : I ...mi Mini . i- i . 

Hi: Future I.,,. I,-,- ..I t , (4) ; Reel 

DORIS BRYAN BVRD. Lenoii 

MARY ELIZABETH CAHILL, Braintrei M 

I ..,.1. ii.ii- li. .in - l,-i (3) II Roll (1, 2); I'i- 

ARLENE CALLENDER. Greensboro 



■ A., Primjr. 






ELIZABETH ANN CALVIN, C,i 



H FA . Art 
B.A., Mathematics 



B.A 
I.S , Hume Economics 






CV *3 



Bugg 
Byrd, L. C. 



Bunch 
Byrd, D. 



Burchette 
Cohill 



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LEONA CAMERON, Cameron 

klethi ian; [i. .,..'- Lial (3) j Hull S. 

I I istr) Club 13. II : Hall Board 

Carolina Slat. HI I I. I ollee b 



3); Home Economics Clul,. |-i. -i.l. ■. i 131, Presidenl ill, \..,.ll 

ai ' I) Galilean i lub (3, li : F.T.A. III. 



PEGGY JEAN CAMERON. Southern P,nc» 
i [ian, >,.. ia] ' hairman ill: Sei 

I'mlJpnl I II I hemistr) I |ub I-'. 3. II ; R... „ 
Counsel. .r< I I2l . I ,-i,. 



B.S., Physical Education 

St. Mary's II...... \. .... I I) 

; Clogging Club (3, 41 ; Can,,, 
- .il 2) S lull i:i, Ji : Swim. 



MARIA CARROLL, Oxford 

Cornelian; Dean's l.i-i 111 
Presidenl I II : Calilean CI,. 



SARAH HOLMES CARTER, W 

Ldelphian S.C.A. Vic. Pn sidi 

C..,l.l.-ii Chain 13. II; Dean's Lisl ill; H Roll 

12. 3. n : li... re. i, \...,. i, ,t I I 

Chairman ui ; Phi Beta Kappa I n 

LOURAY CARTWRIGHT, Harmony 
Dikean; Mitchell College II. 2) j fun, 

CARLENE CATHEY, Gastonia 

Aletheian; Legislature III: Pi I 



MARTHA FULLER CHAFFEE, Morgantc 




ANN MARIE CAMLIN, Hamlet 

Dikean; Ma) Day, S.-i- .....I p,..,,. .,,..' i .„ i I,.,,, n i:u : (,„„.(,/.. Bus Stall (2), Isaistanl Businesi Man 

anagei (3), Business Managei in. Dean - I ... 131 ; Honor Roll 12, II ; 1 , «', I . \. i 1, 2, ,:i : Weslo I la 

I II: Ma.iiuera.lcrs |3. 41; Si^mn \l|.ha III: C.iinuia \l|.l... 13. Il; \ s,,.-..,.-. ■. ,,,,1 1,..|,| <J 3 4|. 

Square Dance 12. 3, I); Playlikeri 1 J, 3. II; Junior Sho« c 
MARY FRANCES CAMPBELL. Pinehurst 



MARY ANNE CAMPBELL, Washing! 



senior class 



.A., Primary Edu 



i.A., Primary I-Jucat 



f > 

Q © 





1 - 



1 





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Cameron, P. 
Corter 



Camhn 
Cartwright 



Campbell, M. F. 
Carney 



Campbell, M. 
Choffee 




WC's Coney Island 
a vicious circle, but 
merry-go-round . . . 




II I MA ANN] I II ( HANI 



SA1 IV ANN ' ill N) -i Pi 



II.,,.,. I 



' I 

I 

IRIS CHESTNI l. Kinston 

Idelphl, irbanji i 

< i, . < poll! in i lub i li. 

i ARROl l < HRISTIAN, ( harlotfc 



II AM I II ROM CHRISTIAN („ 
\ Hon (1, 2, J 



1 P i (2); Da 

Dolp - J, 4), Pi 

I 



i l.,i„, r Teachers .,( \„„, 



B.S., Physical Education 

n Club I. 

Clu < 

I.. II.,. II . ; 



NENA ELIZABETH CLAIBORNE, Greensboro 

Pin, Veerf/, (♦): i. „- (1. 2): V.V..I 



DOROTHY ELIZABETH CLODFELTER, Hij:h Pent 






I conomics 



\.l.'l|.luai. . ill..,.. I I., i... I', i j. li: 11,11 »,„ ,.,i i „„„„„i.... i| l; |i an , r Commllte« (2); J,,,,,.., 

vl "-" r ''": I'ifrl.iil , I. li. 1 \\ I * Hi; l.oll,.rji. Sli„lrnl. < 

' '•■ -i" I- '■> IV. ,,!,„■ ,1, II., i| j , I). hll , llT . |.,,,..,. .., i„,, t „, (3, |). tV.n'. 



|OV( I I Y.\ I.O! IS1 (.OATS, SiiutlituU 



i.S„ Physical Education 



\l.il,.i.,n. Treasure! (2), Uarahal ' '■ ' I ' ,, :i \i h ■;..,,, |i.,„.-r Cbajrnuu 

I I) ; Y.W.C.A. (3); Baptlat Student 1 I . ..( smrri. 

I - ' B I I S : Ci Camp I 

*"!'•■" '-' ' • - !-'• ■'■ II: H...k.> li. I II 1,1, >. c 1.1, ; Sprr.l 1I..H . 



(2, J, li : Coll i-'i 



EVANGELINE COKER, Garysburg 

VMnhian; Junior Idvisol II, ) \X I 
H. en .ill. ,n \ssocintion I 1. 2, ' I] Squ 
man i li ; Basketball (3). 

ELEANOR VIRGINIA COLE, Salisbur 



IS , Home Economics 

l 2, S, l)| 
r it). Social Cbair- 

B A . Sociology 









Chestnut 



Christian, C. 

Coker 



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BARBARA JEAN COLLINS, Reidsville 

Dikcau; [nlerfa h li Council (3); Home Ec 



CECELIA MARY CONE. Raleigh 



DORIS SMITH CONRAD, Winston-Salem 



2, 3, IP : Future Te 



B S 

oi An 


Home 

.erica (4) 


Economic! 

; III I 1, I) 


B.S., 


Home 

Choir 1 


Economic; 


B.S., 


Home 


1 conomic: 



DOROTHY BELLE COPELAND. Gicmshnn 



B.S., Business Ed 

Adelphian; I-.-i-Ln.. ■<■ III; h.,in- l.-i i '. I : Town Students Organi/aiion (1, .'. .'!. I); Wesley Fi 

i I -', 3 1 I . Can i in, i \l|.i. i (3 I) ; Futun 1 1 si hei - ol \ a (4) ; Recreation Usoeiation (1, 2, 3, 4 

Group (2, 3, 41 ; Boot 'n 5] - - '■ ' >. Secretarj rreaaurei (2), Presidenl (4) j Honor Board (3). 



MARY ROBERTSON COPENHAVER, AshevMe 

Dikean; Mary Washington Collfgo H. J I ; M.r, t 

NANCY LOUISE CORBITT, Gatesville 

lUetneian; Dance Commillce (3); Junior Advisor (3) 
Dance (3). 

ANNE REBECCA CORRELL, Winston-Salem 



y.W.i v (4) i ii 




MARY KATHLEEN COSTON. Hendersonville 



B.A., Elementary Educai 



Economics 

lurcb Croups 1.1. 11 : Borne 



I VA ANN COX, Mount Oli 



B.A., Primary Education 
2), Council 4); I \ rica Hi: 



senior class 



CATHARINE Mc.KAY COX. Catthag< 




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ANN < KACAV Sanford 



3 \l All i( iltMI.IA < RAM(IHI), f harlo 



n hill ( KOI ( II, AsIrv.II, 



B A , Primi 






IA REBECCA CROWDER, Peachland BA. Sociolog) 

kdi [phltn i Honor I 



DIXIE DEAN CRUMPLER, Mint,,,, 
Ui ti If.W.I \ (I. 2): BtpiUi Si 



CRAY Dl -ANS Cl'I.BRETH. \X',I 



JOSEPHINE RYMER CUSICK, Raleigh 



• trial Administration 



ill Administration 



U i \. i.' ,i , FI..,,i,.i si„,|.-„i : I. : II r V, 



NADIA IRENE DAl'GHTRIDC.E. Rocky Mount 

Cornelian. Vice-President 111. \l.u.li..l (4) I 

1 lab (2, I, n : Future re., ben ..I Imeiii I (4), Seci 



MINNIE LEE DAUGHTRV, Clinton 



B S . Home Economics 

iol Cluirman 



A , Elementary Education 

(1, ai; M»y Court (4); Boun* 



CORNELIA ELIZABETH DAVIS. Blanche 



IS. Distributive Edu 



B.S., Business Education 






% f 



f^ ^ 




Cranford 
Cusick 



Crowder 
Doughtry 



JANE CAMPBELL DAVIS. Carthage 
Aletheian; Pi I (2) : KVW.C.A. in 



HOKOTHV ANN DAY. Snntl,h,IJ 



ANN TERRELL DEANS, Wilson 



VlclpllMii ; II. n,-.- P,.-i.|. „!-' llrT.in,/ 
mince 131 : V.W.C.A. Ill; " 
Ann 'in .1 III; Dance Croup 



KATHLEEN COUSINS DEANS, Greensboro 



EVELYN DEARMAN, Harmony 

ine A'ecl/c, II, II : 
>unci! 1.1. n : Garni 
■li : B.,-k,H..,ll 131 ; Si. 



CAROLYN DIETZ. Fieldale, Va. 



KATHRYN DOBBINS, Y, ,1k, -mil. 



I'lirnrli.tn : <<i/<>hni.>n I -' I ; \ir^i lnr.riin.nl I..I1.-. 

Advilot (3) . i I I. II i l.U «. \. i.' I' - 

Teachers u{ America Mi; Square Dance 13. II. 



LAURAH DOBSON, Statesville 

Aletheian; Dean's List (3, 4| ; Honor Roll (2. 31; Senile Lea e ue 111; Ju 

Church Croup. Council |1. 2. 3); M.S. raden 12. 3, II; Phi Alpha Thcla 

Chemisln Clul. 121; rutnr.. Tea, her- ,.[ \iii.-ii. .1 III; 1'hi B.la Ka 



LAI'RA MARIE DODSON. Reidswllc 



ROSEMOND DOUGHTON, Sparta 

Pikcan ; P-v,h,.l..cs (Int. II I': -ii'iir, Dance I : i ■ Basketball 




I ..An Editor (2) : Junioi 

; VS. A.. Public, u 1 .. I hail 






B.S., Home Economics 






Election. Board 1 3 1 ; Junior 
mic. Club (2. 3. 4) ; Future 






B.A., History 




riaoi , 1, : Y.W.C.A. (1, 21; 
Vice-President. Treaaurei ' 1) 1 







B A . Personnel Psvi In 'l".c\ 







Lor class 




© f) 



Page 50 



I l 

I ffli 



the londmarks 






Douthit Drennen 

Early Eddy 



I I I I ^A\[)I l\ 1)1)1 I llll B 



i \ .1 i I IR] . i . ■ Point, N I 

i, 



KAIIIIKIM l.ol IM 1)1 Kl 



It s , Set retarial Adminr 



M- 1 1 

I .in... I. .. I,.,. 

i '. I . Basketball (I, 2, S, 4] 



MARILYN C.KAY DUNN, I 



DORIS l.ORETTA DWYER, Kannapolis 



.AINE EARLY, Arlington. V., 



B A . Primary Education 



IS . HuMni.s Education 



B.S., Secretarial Adminisirati 



JANE I.J I: EDDY. Eayettevillc 



. So. ...I PI 

C.A. II. J. ill ; I I,.... I. !......,. II, J. . f.n 



ANNE LOVKX EDWARDS, New Bern 



b A 



.A., English 



Cornelian; Cla»» Treasurer (-'I; Coraddi, II..-....- Sufi i .:. 1) ; Di ... - I .-' I I D \ru Forum 

Comni II. II; Ma«i|ii.T».i.-r» I-'. '!. ll. M .•'• -. I' ' '■ • . Pi lenl Up; Alpha P.i 

Om.-ea (3, ll i I'lu. ] -ikr-T - 1 1, 2, 3, it ; l.itur.- I.,.. I..-.- ..i lm< ...... I] EUdlo Wort ibop ' i. 



DOROTHY ELAINE ELLIOTT, Shelby 




B.S., Home Economics 


Cornelian; Gardner-Webb Junior College (1, 2) s 1,., ..-!■. Idvi 

Club (3, 41; Square Dance 13. 1) j III (3, H: - 




gap it. li: H..n,. Economics 


ESTHER CANTRELL ELLIOTT, Roanoke, Va. 




ll M . Music 


Alethi-iaii; Carolinian (41; Dean's LlBl 131; Prorlor 111; Ar 

Orchestra (1, 2. 3. 41: Cbambei Musi. .1 2, 1, I) ; 

North Spencer Spot Light (2. 3). 


ts Forum Commilte. 
Young Composers 


| | i ; «... rubor *.niphony 







C) ^vl 



Dukes 
Edwards 



Elliott, D. 



Dwyer 
Elliott, E. 



Page 5/ 








nancy blanton 

winston-salem, north Carolina 

President of Student Government . . . Al Jolson impersonations . . . hard working 
Science Building . . . Gray Hall energy plus . . . determination . thoughtful . . . 

wide-eyed enthusiasm . . . hard working. 



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nn brothers 

lew bern, north Carolina 

Jnderstanding . helpful ... art major . . . efficiency plus . . . 5'2" . . . Jamison Hall 
. . Texas bound . . . good taste . . . vice-president of the Seniors . . . willing to do her 
ihare. 



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NANCY CAROLYN ELLIOTT. Stony Point 








B.S., 


Home Economics 


i Marshal 1 n Home 1 i onomii . 1 lub 1 


1, Il ; 1 


reachen 


ol Ame 




Basketball 11. 21. M 


MARY JANE ENGLISH, Ashford 








B.S., 


Home Economics III 


Club (1, .'. j)'i Home Eel .«■ ( lob (1, 2, 


1 1 1 


1. 4), ( 1 

teachers 


ot'Tme! 


. Alumnae 


.v. reiar> : Chemiatrj // 1 


LOUISE MARIE ERICKSON, Kalmia 










B.M., Mur.tc /j\ 


i orneliar, , '- Lisl (3, n : H»™, R..I1 (I, 2 

(1. 2, 3, II : Chambei Music Croup 12. I II : 1 
Club (3, II | World Federalisl 1 ' 


1 ; Wl. 


'("'.'",',', ,'l"l"l'l";'"l 


..in 1, 1.. ., . 1 2. 1 oung 1 ompmen / / 1 


CORINNE ETHERIDGE, WHtakers 








B.S., B 


usiness Education/ / 1 


M «lphi.»;C..» Treasurer (4); P tor( 2 );C 




1' li 1 


1,,,. 1. 




\merica (4). / 


ANNICE PAGE EVERETT, Laurinburg 








B.S.. E 


usiness Education 


lb il ; Dean'a Lisl 13. II : Honor K..II 11. 

i ' l). Vice Pres M m Gamma Alpha (3, II 


2. 1. 1 
. 1 reasui 


1 . Pi , i 11 

ei 1:1, 1 ulun 


; 1' 

1. ... 1., . 


1 ,,,„,„, II, 
I ol Uie, 


. .H: Sigma Alpha y 

,.a 111. / 


EULA ANNETTE EZZELL. Dunn 








B.A., Primary Education / 


Mil. .in Mi. -li.J in. Senioi i ii il in. Dei 

i li '■ i il. 21; Future rea. ben "1 Vrr, n 


in's 1 1-1 


II, Il ; 1 ,,„ 

k. 1 ill 


iculuin Committee 
ocialion II. 2. 1. 


(3) ; Y.W.C.A. U/T 


"'' '' "' V "' '' '"'" '"' > ■'■•■''•'•" " l; ' h " 




MILDRED ELIZABETH FARLOW, Randlem; 


:n 








B.A.. Physics 


Adelphian : C'trnlinmn 11. 2, 3, Il, Ml* .-rl i-mt: 
Handbook Business Manager III: Caliloan Club 
11. II. 


Manager 


(2 - 

n Vic. Prei 


.''',"!i"i'i 


III. In. ulaii..n Manager III; ^^a^a^^^^ 

i; Future Teachers -.1 America ^^^"^ 


ANN RULFS FARMER, Wilmington 








B.A., Primary Education 


Adelphian; Juin„r House President (3) ; 1 sgislal 

131; Chapel Checker 121: Future 1 . .1. ben 1 
11. .1. Dance Chairman III; Ilance Committee I 


II'; Y.W. 


III; 11- -an'- 1 1-1 1 i 1 

1 \ .1 2, 3 11 ; 1 bun 


House P 


League 111; Proctor 


MARGIE BURKE FERGUSON, Reidsville 










H A . Sociology 


Adelphian; 1 tt 1 \ 1 1 2, 1 1, 1 abinet 121 : Si 




I..1. 12. 3, n. 








MILDRED JACKSON FERGUSON, Belmont 










B.A.. Biology 


\ ian P 1 1 .' 1) ; Dance 1 ommittet 1 1) 

Y.W.I V 11. 2. 3. II ; Chemiatrj Club 12, 3. 11 




1 Technologists 


Greensboro Svmphi 

1 1 n. 





u: 



senior class 




Page 54 




MAUI (.1 ADYS I Mil it, Gi 



ANN I l IZABI m FLACI 

ll.ll 3i 



MARi i I IZAB1 in him Roclcj Mouni 



lltA\< I s JEAN FLOYD I 



i incsi Administration 



B A . I'm 



B FA., Ai- 



BLANCHE FOSTER, Blanch 

M. II I 

Sigma Mphi (3 

Alpha < I. II : Falun I , .. I. . , 

ANN FOWLER, Durham 



h s . Busim a Education 

i 'i I) ; Y.W.C.A. (1. 4) ; B 
Club (1 ■ 
I (4) Squai D 

H S . Business Education 

. » I *. II. : 



IIA/.I l. PATRK IA FOWLER, Durham 



B.S.. Secretarial Adrnirmiraiion 

ii or Board I I halrman ill ; 

I 
ti : N. «.(.. A. 



BARBARA JOANNE FRIEND, Roanoke, Va. B.A . - 

Cornelian : Ma) Day Commiltee (4) ; I: I i I olli f< I 

i I, ii . Sigmi Ita Pi i I), \ ici Pn arid i) Mpha 

S log] i lull (3), Pn -..Lin i 11. 

FRANCES DANA FULCHER, Davidson BA. History 

Alerheian; S.C.A Secreur] (3); Honoi Boar. n ■ i I ... Via Preaideol (1 

mon Conn ,,„, : Oulatanding Senior (4); Golden Chain c.l. 41: Dean'a Llat (3 IJ B i K..II (1. 2\ : 

Create! Univoreitj Council (2, I); Daiaj Chi - urnalion (3) i loirrlairh O.unril 

II. II: V.\V.I.\. II. J. .'I. II. I',. -,.l. i.l 111; \\... ,„,„,-.., r>B„».hi,, l..„, I (4) ; Square 

i:.r. I. II. -II : Internal ..I Ri I. - 

World Federalial (3, n : Camp Counai 
ming (3) : Baalcelball 11. -'. n. 



BETTY SUE FULLER. Liberty 

Cornelian: Crern.1 ( ollege 



B A . Biology 








Pi & 



Fleer 
Friend 



Floyd 



Foster 
Fuller 



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MURIEL LORRAINE GALLAGHER, Ridgewood, N J 

Adelphjan: Honor Roll (1); Proctor (1): Y.W.C.A 
Future 

JOHNSIE RUTH GAMBILL, Sparta 

Cornelian; Dean's List (3); Home Economies (2, 3, 

BETTY SUE GANDY, Darlington, S. C. 

Ditean; Carolinian, Reporter (2). Headline Editor I3J 
jmmercial Advisor (31; Y.W.C.A. til; Raptist 
(3, I' i Sociology (3, 4). 

BARBARA ANN GARVIN, Spruce Pine 




EMMALYNN GETTVS, Bostic 

Aletheian; Legi 
nologists (3, 41 

MARY TASKER GIBBS, Wanenton 

Cornelian; Hall Social Chairman (1 
Mary's (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Art Club (2. 3. 

BETTY ALICE GODWIN, Faycttev 
3. 4): Lite 

, 4) ; Softball 11. J. 3 

ADELE MAUNEY GOLD, Shelby 



MIRIAM H. GONELLA, Franklinton 

Cornelian; Dane, Committee III; ' I" 
t .In ra National I ouferem ■ (3, I'. 



ANN HAMIITON G( H 1)1 K«K. M.„„,„ 



Dikes n, I li.l. III ; I .;. 

(2 ;i . iii ii '■■" 

(1, 2, i. l. : Tennis (1. ->. :i. li 



B.M., Music Education 



I.S., Physical Edu 

mi i ; n : i amp i - 




V y v 



senior class 







Godwir 



Gandy 
Gold 




the usuol Saturday 





MARY GRA< 1 GRADi . Kinston 








Ii A 1 




i . i -■ 2j ir.w.i i (i. si ci 

i 

p • 

ii. i, . — *• ■ i 




.. B.ll 


MARY l l 1 ANOR GRAY, Lexingl 


,„, 






UFA. 


Att 


'■"•■'•■ k " c, » 






i ii , Callleu • 




ANN] BRIDG1 S GRI 1 N Lillingl 


on 






Ii A 1 1 


1 ollef, (J, 8) 


i 


Baetalball (J) i 


Softball 1 11 






l LSI! IAN] GRJ I N, Waynesville 








nomics 


■ ■ i ! 13); H ■ 


l<„ II Hi . IV. 1 




n,i i ii 




EMILY UZZELL GREEN, Winstoi 


i-Salem 






B A., Si 


Dlki in l 1 nittei (S, 1) ; 

(2, : n Publii lt| i baina 1). 




,,,1,1, 1 \» 1 


* " ,; M 


.,...,.., 13. 1, 




imiMII II AW! GRI 1 NE, Washington 






ness Educ. 




\l Marahal in : Hall Social 


Chairman III'. 


Can klpha i 




<»<- Teacben ,•! Ajnarka (1 




GERTRUDE ANNE GRIER, Smithficld 






| ical Education 


Cornelian : College 1 !hi i rlt adi i (4) 

V Mine 1 nun. ,1 13, 11 H.,11 S.„ ,., 

1). 1 abim i i ii ' imp 1 Ion 

11,-1, iball (1 : 


■ 
Mill. II. J. 1, i 
! : n Life S 1 1 - ' 


(3); Delay Cbj 
Recmiioo Aaan lalioa il. 

Cool 13. 11 ; Archery II 
3. Ii ; Voile] ll.ll 11. ;. ! 


loeial 
2. 3. 

. -'I . 


MARY LOUISE GRIFFIN, Willian 


iston 






B S.. Home Economics 


(2); Y.W C.A. (1. 2); 1 

Home 1.... i lob .1 2 , l, 


„ - 1 . . , . 


: Honor K«ll i 1 . ■ .. ; InUrtaith C. 

II .„, Nil ■: li 1'.. -„!-., 1 Mi; Ch-miUrT Club II 

rabip I3i. 


- 


CATHERINE LOUISE GRII.!., Valdese 




B.S.. 


Secretarial Administration 


BsiffiS&SildLia 


p il -'. 1, 1 


iudl, lal Board ' 


II 1 Ural, . 


i ,.■ , ., r.w.i 

Spent -, Spotlight 13. 4| . 


■ 3 '- 


1 LEANOR HAYNES GRISWOLD, 


Durham 






B.F.A., 


Art 


Idelphian ; ( urolinian 11. -. 3. II i 

mill.-.- I'll : Iril, rl.nll, I ,1 111 

I l„l, (2. l. II : World Federnli.1 11. 


t 

SI. MaryV Ho 

j ii : i logginc 


. J. 1. Ii : Dean 
ise II. J. I, Ii. 




Pro, lot Hi-. Irti 1 erara 
i , Irrs 13. 41 


: .4.1 




£> * > 




Grody 


Groy 


Green. A. 


Green, E.J. 


Green, E. U. 


Greene. T.J. 


Grier 


Griffin 


Grill 


Griswold 



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SHIRLEY MAE HAASE, Charlotte 






elball II. 2. 3, 



II . 1 VV .<: \- II, J I : I utlierau Mud.-i.t- V-- ,1 

B d 1--". iation (1, -'. 3, li ; Dolphin Seal 

1 2. 3, li ; Hockey Hi : Life Saving I I) - 



Physical Educa 
(l. J. 3 



DOROTHY CAMERON HALES, Broadway 



BETSY ROSS HALEY, Elon College 

VI. tl.. ..... : Junior V,l>,-..r III ; L.S. V (1, 2, I 

I al :. I); I loeeinc Club 1 .1 1 : \r. her) Club 

President (4) I I I . l. . v.. her) (2, 1, 1) 

Speed Ball <'3. 41: S» imming 111; Tennis II, . 



B.S., Hume Econoi i 



B.S., Physical Educa 



MARY RUTH HALL, Brevard 



SARAH ANN HAMILTON, Smtthfield 



Vdelplnun: 1 
111: Golden 
(2) ; Junior . 



ird (1, 2, 3, 41; I.e e i»lalu.e III: House [■resident (I); Judiri 

11. II. Vice-President (4) ; Dean's List (3. I. . Honoi Roll 

in ; Sigma Vlph. 13. li ; Camma Vlphs . I. House P I. 



B.S., Secretarial Admimst, 
: Class 5i 



NANCY CARROL HAMLET, Statesville 

Aletl.eian; Pine Nerd/,, 13. II. Editorial SlalT I4l 

Gam...;. Alpha (3, l), Camina I .;./., i Veiw III; W.- 
SALLY JO HAMRICK, Tryon 

Cornelian: Proctor ill: Y.W.C.A. U. -' » : Square Ci 

13, 41. 

FRANCES WARE HARBISON, Morganton 

Aletheian; Dean's List (3. 4): Honor K 3); Pro 

Wesley Foundation (1, 2. 3, li, President (*), I 

lion A.sociation (3» ; Square Dance (31: Phi Beta 

ELIZABETH MORRISON HARDING, Cana 



MARY ELIZABETH HARPER, Deep Ru 

Dikean ; Marshal (31 ; May Day Committee 
U'. 2.' 3.41. 



tl.uai. 

S„ Secretarial Admii 



B.A.. Elementary Educat at 



Primary Edu 
V.W.I v (1,2 

linen.a 13, ll ; 



IS., Home Economic 

31: Home Eionomics Ch 

I; l-H 13, 41; H.i-keil,., 




senior class 









Homlet 




Homilton 
Horper 



Page 58 






hi i l ', ANN IIAKKl l l. m 




Ms, H 


. lab ii ii . 




■ 


Win II AN HARRIS, Oxford 




HA. Eli mi ni.nv Education 


1 ,.fll. IlUI. s... ,, 

(2, 1) . 1 ' 




i .r. 1. (1. 2, 1); Y.W.C.A II, ail Callli 


IA\I l RUTH HARRIS rhomasvilli 




li S Hon* 1 1 onomii ■. 


Dlkean; Han Mill l>, Coll 




" 


JEAN 1 LIZABJ ill HAR1 foi 




H A . Primarj Education 


Uethi [an; l loci • D 1 w 

v...-. 1) : Squan Duci 1 1) . Ho I- • (1); 5w 




inloi Vdrlaoi (3); ■. '.I 1 ban ••( 
Bal (1). 


VIRGINIA MILLER HART. Mooresville 




Ii s . Home 1 conomia 


;;i;i l \lSN' l n! ; 'i;::', , r 


Fellowi 

; 1 II 1 


l, n ■.'«,., : ll.'iket. 


JANE GAYLORD HAWK. New Hern 




B.S., Secretarial Administration 


Cb3. U U, : 2.T'4)"c.m™ aSSTcJ 


,. 


Hi ; 1 VI 1 \ .1, ; Square 

la, 3. u. 


BOBBIE JEAN HAYNES, Gastonia 




B.A.. Recreation 


Adelphian; Deu'i • - i - « (3, II; Daiaj Chi 2) 

Y.W.C.A. (1. 21 ; Church Croup (1) 1 

Program Chairman (4) ; Sociology Club (2, 3, i[ 

Cabinet (4); Square Dance (3). 


Soela 

, l';. .,1, 


1 (,h.,rro.n (11; 
Club (3 i -ii ' ,r.,lina Rerrealion Awviiti-.n 

o Workahon (*) j Recreation- nvaaoclatloa (2. 3, 4), 


EDITH MAE HENDRIX, Rockingham 




B.S., Home Economics 


Cornelian; U.jii'- I.i-I III; 1'iortnr 111; Church 

Spot Light (2, 31; III (3, ll; Life SaTing (2). 




it. li; Home Econoeaice '2. 3. 1) ; North Spencer 


JEAN ELIZABETH HESTER, Roxboro 




B.S., Business Education 


Alelhcian; Daisy Chain (21; ll.irlin.ti.- 
Al r ba (3. 4), Gamma Alpha Ncwa (4). 


•i U c 


V. Hi; Future Tea.ber. „l America (41; Gamma 


HELEN LOUISE HIGH, Rocky Mount 




B S ■' Ionic Economics 


America" (4). rOC1 °' 




i ii. ll. J. 3, II; Future Teachera ol 



f> f f £> 



Hart, V 

High 



MARGARET ALSTON HIGHFILL. Greensbo 



.S., Business Edu 



Aletheian; Freshman Commission (1); Dean's List (.1); Honor Roll 
(1, 2. 3. 41; Sigma Alpha (3, 41; Honor Board (21; Judicial Board (3 


; Gamma Alpha (4). 


ELIZABETH ANN HILTON, Asheville 


B FA., Art 


Cornelian; Carolinian (4); Y.W.C.A. (I, 2. 3, I) i Weale] ' "nation 

Club (2, 3. 4); Galilean Club (3, li; Square Dance (3, I). 


(1. 2, 3, 41. Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Art 


MARIAN HINES, Wilmington 


B.A., Primary Education 


Adelphian; Y.W.C.A. (1); Botany Club (2. 3, 4); Future Teacher! ol 


America (4). 


MARY BRYANT HINNANT, Charlotte 


B.S., Secretarial Administration 


Cornelian, Election 1 Chairman Itl; ProctOI (l) ; Daisy Chain Chairma 
(1. 2\ ; National liit.-r-cull'T-at*' Bridgf- Tinirnaiin-nt (2); Westminister 


r (21 ; Danre Committee (21 ; Y.W.C.A. 
Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 41; Camma Alpha 


JEAN KEARNS HOGSHEAD, Greensboro 


B.A., Primary Education 


Adelphian; Daisy Chain (2); Social Planning Council t2. 31; Hall Soci 
Future Teachers ol \mcrira til; Recreation lo^iiiimn 11. 2, 3. 41; 
(3, 4); Tennis It. II; Volley Ball 11. 2. 3. II; Basketball 11. 2, 3. 


1 Chairman (2) : Botany Club (2. 3, 4) ; 
Dance Group (2. 3. II; Clogging Club 
1 ; Softball 131. 


SUSAN GUSTAVIA HOLBROOK. Rocky Mount 


B.A., English ( 


Aletheian; Class Secretary (4); Dean's List (3. 41; Hr.ln Foun.lalio, 
America (3, 4); Dance Croup (2. 3. 41, Treasurer. 


11. 2, 31. Council; Future Teach-,, ol \ 


NANCY JEANNINE HOLDER, Charlotte 


B.A., Recreation 


Dikean; Legislature 13. 41; Class President 131; Greater University C 
ning Council (11; Hall Social Chairman 111; Recreation Club (3, 4 
r. LSI. Voir, solent (4). 


nn. ,1 (3, li ; Proctor 111 ; Social Plan- 
: Recreation teaociation 11. 2. 3, 1) ; 


KATHRYN CYNTHIA HOLLY. Marshville 


B FA, Art 


Aletheian; John B. Stetson tniiersilv (ll; Dean's Lilt H Sit- 1.., 
Future Teachera ..I Imerica n 5pani.ll Club (2, 3). 


nt Committee (3|; An Club (2, 3. 4); 


MARGARET LILLIAN HOLMES, Wilmington 

Dikean. 


B.S., Home Economics 


JANE HOLTZCLAW, Charlotte 


B.S., Secretarial Administration 


Meiheian. Hill Board ill: Carolinian in. Dean'i 1 i-i (3); H.m», R 
Delta ri 12. 3, li; Gamma llpha (3, li; Voile) Ball in. Softball 'I 









senior class 



o 



V 






Page 60 




Peobody furnished the 



II.A.WI l II MAI HOB PON Zebulon 
f.W.I 

DORIS <■ HOVIS, ' harlotti 

i, 
ii. .'. 

Ml I I 



rial Adiiiinistralion 

It A : 



.1.1 Fellowship '-•. >. 



" 



hi rSi ANN lluWAKl), Salemburg 



I . ni.luliii. 



i holi 



STELLA FRAN< is HOW! I l I mti 

Vd.lphl.Di I *- — - l.-i Hi: I 

(Ji>Ki[iiiK (-lull <-. '*. 1»; (..irnj. Cououlort i 

MIRIAM HUGGINS, Shannon 



. r'.iuti.lalc. 



. 



B.M., Mu 

l. : li.,. r CI 



h A 

Sac n Ctab (I, 2. 3. 4i ; 



thcfnatia 



ii. ... i 



Dine, (2) : rln 



.1 II. II; H 

i I- I.'. .!. II. I'r I.nl 

hUpp, in 



TEMPI ANN1 HUGHES, Myrtle Beach, S ' 



i in I. 

MARY ANNE HUNT, I 

A.l..||,l,iu, 
ll .11 Soi 



1 

I, 1 1 H 

II ; 1 U J \ CI. J, J. 4; i Cl.ui 

M.l.i K..j.]... Ml 



B.A , Spanish, I renrfi 

Hudlio. Write! (21. Nawi l..|,c,.r (J), 

,-c,C% C ..in,. . ' 



B A.. English 



i it . i „,.,/i,i,,,„ ii i, ii. . i . ■ . 
mi I ,2 I, 4); Y.W.O. 

I i 



II; ftVslrv Foundation (3. tc. 

HjII - a 



AMELIA ANN HUNTER, Charlotte 



NANCY ANN IJAMES. MmUill, 



i omelian | ' arolin 

K.,11 131 ; PlOClOI 

Secretin I I) ; Ho 



i:l,il, i.l. Ii r 



quart , I 



ANN BLALOCK INGRAM, Mount Gil< 

\1. Hi. ■..in . II, .„-, l'i, -1,1, eel iHil .tcljli.c 

I l'i : c.i ca lip I, 4) i reac 



ll.-ll II..-C ., 



B.A., Elementary Education 



.1 (3* ; Hooor 



B.S., Secretarial Administration 

... II ...c.i 131 : Proclot 
, 










Q®*? 



Huggins 
lr>gram, A. B. 



EUGENIA RUTH INGRAM, Asheville 



B.A., Elementary Education 

I I. ii (3, II: Future Teachers of America (4). 



SARAH ELIZABETH JACKsON. Washington 
FLORENCE HELENE JACOBSON, Greensbo 

(2, 3, 

MARY MARGARET JANSEN, Asheville 

Uetheian . Si c »ieve ..I the Pin. 

Club (3, Ii ; Future Tern hen "I Vm. 

AVA LAURA JENKINS, Cherryvill 




SUSAN ELIZABETH JENKINS, Goldsb. 



ALMA JOAN JOHNSON, Union Grove 



ELIZABETH GREY JOHNSON, Smithfield 



JOAN JOHNSON, Raeford 
Cornelian; Pel liege i 



senior class 



.A., Spanish 



MARGARET ANN JOHNSON. Robersonvills 

Future Teach',",!',. I W !',',", i'i'i'"' 



lunioi III.,-,,, (3) CI 



1A . English 

Y/.W.C.A. (31; 



9 


f> 


f> 


o 


V 


$ 


© 


r/r 







Page 62 



MARY KAMI \M I IOHNSO 



It A . Pi I 







II r Roll 

(3, 4), Tn 




1 ^J 


A\M MERRIMON FOHNSTON B.A, S 












l nil i iam i il [ONES, Badin B.A Elementary Education 






ELOIS1 1 FORDAN, Milton HA. M I 

(3); Fnlp'i rlc. (4). 




r£ 


sAKA KAIIIIKIM [ORDAN, Fayetteville HA. English 

Illkrali; Mars V. ,,-],,,i^ (..!!.-. I| .' I : [1, .1 |i; |>ar„ * 

I "i "•■'■ i " . M. ' ' 1' . -I *.!-.. 1 1 hapel 

( 1..'. k. r III; N - \. Ill; II 1. , 1 II 1. 


Wk 




Mini GRACE FOYCE, Stoneville B.S., H - Economics 




i Man Mill inll.t.' il. ji: |i..,,,'- 1 ,.i ii, H; II.,,,,., It . .11 ,_',; If.W.C.A. (3 l| Chufd 1 

I.I. 11; Oi.,„i..ii N„ III; l„„ni: ll.-,.„|.l (Jul, III 

Baikctbi .li 

WALDEEN COLTRANE KEARNS, Randleman B.F.A.. Inic-rmr Design 






Dikean; i .» .( 1. (1, 2, 1, I) ; Weal, l ■ i n Irt I lb 1 12): 

Archery Club (8, I). 






THERESA KEITH, Hendersonvilie B.S., Home Economics 






Cornelian; II,.,,..- Preaidcnl III; Home 1 i i ;. I, 1 !,,.!,.,. .,l Intel . (4); l:.. nation 

Aasociati.m l.i. Ii. 






POLLY JEAN KENNEDY. Atkinson B.A.. v 






Uetheian; Dean'a 1 isl Hi; Senile. League (I) Pmcl 1) | 1 W.C.A ,i ■ ; |,, i;,,.,„. Club 1.1. 4)s 

Baptist Slu, 1. lit I'ninn 11. .', :i. 11: Fiilur, 1 ,-.,, 1,,-r- ,,( Am. n, i I ;. 1 , - . ■ r-ation 






VIRGINIA BELLE KEY. R,,hhins B.S., Hom< Economics 






Cornelian; rilcnrn Bible College in I hi If.W.C.A. (3, 1); Bonn 1 mice dub 12. 3. 

4) ; Future Teachers ol America III; III III. 







Page 63 



KATHERINE MAY KILGORE, Charlotte 

Fulure Teachers of America (41 : Life Saving (3) ; \ .11 

ELIZABETH GAITHER KING, Statesville 

Adelphian: Pr.u-I 

BARBARA LEE KINSMAN, Longmead, 



NANCY ANN KIRKPATRICK, Waynesvill 




ELSA JANIS KITTRELL, Lumb 

Dikean; Flora Macdonald Ci 
Delia (3, 4.1 ; Sociology Clul 

PHYLLIS MARY KLINE, A 
CORNELIA KUYKENDALL, Madison 

Cornelian; Mar, Hill Junior College 
(3. 41; Co-ol 13. 41; Cvmnaslics (2 
111; Basketball (2, 31 ; Sollball 131 

JULIA ROSS LAMBERT, Asheboro 

-. 13. 41 ; II., 

im Idriaoi I ; 

(3) ; Hall S 

PEGGIE ROSE LAMBERT. Kannapolis 



senior class 



letheian; H. in - list I'll; s, rv ,,,. League |3| 

,,n 111: <; r ,..- n «lM.r.. Svu,pl,,,n\ dr. I..-.!,, I I 

Clul, II. 2. 3, 



JEANNETTE LAMBERTSON. Rich Squ 

Alelhcun; Mar. 11,11 luniot I ol - 



B.S.. Home Economics 

incil (4) ; H.U Social Chair- 



■ S . Business Edu 




0© 







King 
Kuykendall 



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SARAH IKA\( 1 - i 












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B.S., 




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1 i Y.W.I V 






Rl ill MARGAR1 i i i ai i Ba lin 










HA . Sociology 


' Man 11.11 I... 


', I 


IV " 


: i bun 1, '•' 


:,,. 11 




PATSI1 I AM ill. Durham 








B.S 


1 Administration 


^i 1 ;;,';; ( \ u ' v '""'-' s "" ,e " 1 










BETH l.l NNON, Boardman 










H S H, 1,. 1 , ,,n,,mic., 


Dikean; M in Id" 1 i 1 

i I 

N„ (4). 


l 




J, 1,: Bapti. 


Stud 


Cream 


RUTH DINA LEVIN, Burlington 










B.A.. Art 


Dikean; i arolinlnn (4); Dean'i Uat (3) \ 
Radio Workihop in. n ■ 


li l 




•I .1. 




ANN UNVILLE, Kernersville 










B.A., S 


ll,k...„. M.,,-1,.,1 I Ii : 1 1 ... i-. 1 Chrckci i^i : 
,li: Dam e 1 itlec Hi; Soi 


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B.A., Sociology 


VM '''"" '"*• ' ' ' 


"■ 


2, 1, l. 


- '■■-' ' 1 


'• "' 


1 '•' '" 


MARTHA LITTLEFIEID, S.iv.mn.ili. Ga 










B.A.. Hiu,.r\ 












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f»c? 9 



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nellie bugg 

warrenton, north Carolina 



Primary education . . . Monroe and the pin . . . always smiling . . . President of the Senior 
Class . . . popular "aboot" . . . always eager to serve where needed. 



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harlotte bunch 

;denton, north Carolina 



\President of Inter-faith ... big help in the Junior Show . . . steadfast . . . Music Buildi 
dependability plus friendliness . . . ideas . willing participation at all times. 



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CAROLYN HIKES LIVERMAN, Ahoskie 
S lollighl (3)- 

JEAN PORTER LLOYD, Sanford 

1 I. Iphian Dean's List I I, I) ; II I Roll (3) : Social Plan c I 

If.W.CA. I); Sienn ilphs I I) Presidi -ii ' li . Gamma Uph« (3, 

|A\1 HUDSON LOFTIS, Greensb 

Dikpan; Blackstone College F..r Girls III: Town Students 

li. II : Future 1 ■ -.,. hers ol V Hi i i -. lors I lub . -• I. 

DORA FRANCES LOMAX. Charlotte 

Idelphian; House President (!) i I. _, .!...„ ass leadei (3); Carolinian; 

(2, :. li I '- I i.i in Proi tot ' I - CI >i i i u. i j. l.W.l 

.' ■' Weslej Fellows l"au Psi ca [3, I) Spaa -l ' lub (2 I I 

! ' ■ ■ ' ' H.isk.-tl.ull II I 



.A., Primary EJ ca 

1,, ,- ol \„„ r„ 



MABLE FRANCES LONG. Prospect Hill 



DAISY ALICE LOUD, Red Bank. \ I 

Cornelian: Dean's List 111; Service I. it" 

President 13) ; Baptist Student I i i I 

» rica (3, li: - ■ Dance II. I). 



ANN SHARPE LOWRANCE, Statesville 



MILDRED JANE LOWREY, Winston-Salem 

Cornelian: Dean's List (4 i 1 W.C.A 

in ■ Ga Upha (3, n, : i i 



ELIZABETH GREGG LOYD. Washington, D C. 
Cornelian; Dean's I isl . I) I n „. ,1 (3) : W 




ELEANOR ANNIS LUCAS, Greensboro 

ileth. ii": . !..-■ M I I, ...in..,.. Ill I i s 



.S., Home I . . ii . i 




Loftis 



Page 68 




DORIS LYERLY, Salisbury 


lis Ph] lical Education 


c... 

loili ■. i II 


FRAN< II 1 \ NAM, Morganton 


B A , Q 


li....' ''i.'i " u'h i ■ ■ i 

. n li Ro i i 




F.LIZAB1 in SIMMONS LYNCH, Kings Mountain 


HA . English 


D 


y.w.c.A. (I 


VIRGINIA 1 YTM( H, Rowland 


H A . English 


MARGARET LAUGHLIN LYON, Greensboro 


H A , Sociolog] 


l..k..,„; Mi) li. linatoi iii : Pin, V. «H. (4J Sli ilfonl 

(3) i Y. W.C . A . (4) " 




l.\( Ql II IN) 1 si li I I M.i M Kl Douglaston, N. V 


N. Y. HA. spjnish 


Dllcean . I Liat (3) H loll 1 1 

s, ,.,..,.. ill !;,,.. \.-... ...li.... III: ^», i,. K . 


: 1 V. .C.A. ■ :. 1. . Signi Dl LI 


si 1 Mi ARTHUR McCORMAC, Rowland 


H A . Sociology 


\l.-il,. ..... Maral :. l ■ |iil nun i 1) Hill I: 

CI. II : Dane. C He Juni... \,Ki II 1 w ■ \ 

12, :. n . l: \-- .i . ibii > (3); 1 !■ 




VIRGINIA McDADE, Greensboro 


B.F.A., An 


u "'" Vl " ,v "' "' "">' ' " '•""'■""'" 


: Slratlord lui 


(ANE MARIE McDANIEL. Kinston 


B.A., Primary Education 


mil II, 11. CI ill: Dai.) 1 111 1 ' ,,, 

Botany Club I -' I : F Teachen ol America Mi. 


ERANCES AGNES McGEADY, Greensb 


HA. English 







\P I* $ $ 




Page 69 



BETTY JEAN McINNIS, Henderson 
(4); Legislative R, 



FLORA THERESA McIVER, Wilmington 

Dikean. Marshal n . Queens College (1) ; Hall Social Chairman 



LYDIA MAYE McKEITHAN, Rat-ford 



i.S., Home Eo 

ittce (2. 4) ; Choir (2. 3 



A., Elementary Educati 

[4) ; Botany Club (3, 4) ; Fu 



JOANNE MCLEAN. Lumberton B A , English 

Dikean; Coraddi (2, I, I), E< in- I III. Feature Editor (31, Literary Stall (2); CWr'niun (1. 2. 3. 41 

Columnist III. ni-. Fdilnr HI: >.;„hn e . K.I, lor .in-Chief 111; Dean', List 13. l|; Honor Boll (1. 2. 3) 

Arts Forum Commii ii, li . i. lib (2); Phi llpba I l,,!., ii li , Phi Beta Kappa (4). 

BARBARA JEAN MANGUM, Burlington B.A., Primary 



\l. ,1.. i.iii, Marshal 111: ll..n..r It.i.u.l (3); Hall Boaril 111: 
(1, 2, 3); Daisy Chain (21; Dane.- t ...mmil i.-e 111. Inn,,,: \. 

Ill: Y.W.C.A. Ill; Baptist Student I n II. 2. 3. II: Srpiar 

President Hi: lt..,.i '., Spur 11. 2, 3. 41. Vice-President (41. 



GLORIA ANNE MARLETTE, High 

Cornelian: Dean's 1 i-l III: II. .in.' I . . 



EMILY MORGAN MANLOVE, Cecilton, Md. 

\lotlieian; St. Man's Seminary (1. 21; Dean's Li 



isor (31 ; Choir 



BETSY ANN MARSH, Raleigh 

Dikean; Pe.re College II. 21 : 



DOROTHY LOUISE MARTEL, Waynesville 



Radio Workshop (-'. 3, It : »..rl,l Federalist 



ELIZABETH CALLAHAN MARTIN. Franklin 

Cornelian; Florida Southern Coller., (I) ; Y.W.I \ I I, 



IS.. Home Eco 



B.S.. Home Economics 
Y.W.C.A. I 



I A. Primary Education 





€><f>^ 



senior class 







Mongum 
Martin 



\ 



t. 



1 







J 



i,l -.1 v,\ MAI MASSI1 ( inton 



■ ■■ "I V ■ '■ I... W.,rk.l,..|. 

I'la) llkr,. I.', II . \„ I,. - 



n c.KII WX'(K)I) MATHESON, Ahoskii 









HA, Eli 



PATRK IA Ml LLONAS, Hi| ! 

ink. .... Mi) D«) i Illi ■ 

(1 I) ; Maaquaradora (3, 4) i I I 



I LIZAB1 in RANDOLPH MEMORY, Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

ROSALIND MERCER, < hadbourn 
Adelphlan; i n > (3) 



Hi I iv ioi MERRILL, Beauforl 

\|. ll,. ,.,, . -.,„ ,.,l I I, I : r M,,.w l 

Di m'l lu (3) Gn Hi .I.. 

Chairman (3) ; Dum t I tec (2) J Ma] Court I 



REBA l.RET< III N MET/, s„, ,,,,„■ h. 1,1 



B A , Spanish 



B.A., Laboratory Technician 

b '2. 3. 41 ; 



h A . English 

II ; ) .„it:r, g l], ; 



B S., Hume Economics 



i I. .in H.-an*. I.i-I II. II; II i 11. ,11 II. -' I. II: I11111..1 !■ Ill; - .'. 3. 41; 

On,,, r,,,, \u 11, It, \ ,, . I'f I. •„! Kit; l.,„ I'-, Omega (S, l); hater*c ..Meruit Council (2, I, . 

K. i,- B Club 12. :i. II, I. ,1,1. ,n Club [3 n I I •. .1 km - .alion 12. 

9, 11 ; Si .ne (2, 3, 4). 



EDITH GRAY MEWBORX, Snow Hill 



BARBARA CRITTENDEN MILLER, Greensboro 

Dikean; Carolinian (3, 4); Pine \..dl, (4) \ Sainl ' 
Future Teaefaen ol kmerii a (4). 



HELEN EMILY MILLER, Wi 



B C* & 




B A., Elementary Education 
lliman (I); Club II, 2, 3. 4); 



B.A., Primary Education 

; Saint Mary'. Hoiix (3, «) ; 



IS., Home Economic-. 
iraviani OrfaahatioB il. 2, 




®9* 



Mellonas 
Mewborn 



Memory 
Miller, B. 



Page 71 




JEWEL JACQUELINE MILLER. VC'inston-S. 



MARGARET JO MILLER, Statesvill 

ihian. Preside 



MARY RUTH MILLER, Laurel Springs 

: Home Econoi 



EMMA PARKER MILLS. Polkt 



FRIEDA MARIE MILLS, Chariot* 

Dikean: Y.W.I V (1, 2, I, n 
Medical I.. hnolofji.t. I I, h Gali 

BETTY LOU MITCHELL, Burl 



MARY LOU MONNETT, Greensboro 

Alctheian; Town Students i 



BARBARA JAYLEE MONTAGUE, Clay; 



JEANNE ISABELLE MONTGOMERY, High Point 

Dikean: I.r.v ri-.|...|., Stniphuin f li. )i.--lra (1, L\ '.. I); 



MARGARET MONTGOMERY, Farmington 
Dikean: Appalachian Stale Teacher's College 



0ft 

1 -jr 










»- 



Miller, M. R. 
Montague 



Montgomery, M. 



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Bl i i . i.i Al FORD MOO 

i 

\DA i \m MO( hi G eiuboro 

Bl I TV mi MO IR] G 

Del 

d| \im. ... .i (41 

< LAI Dl.\ A\\ MOOR1 Elizabeth Citj 



AWI Moss MOORE, i 



IA GODWIN MOORE, Ahoskii 

In i [i, I. . North S\ 1 Spot] 



RITA ELIZABETH MOORE, Leaksville 

Cornelian; Proctor (1) ; i\W.C.A. I-''; Future Teachers ..I 



■ 



. S., Busiru 



B s . Business Education 

I In..,,.. III. 



LUCY STERLING MOORE, Warra 



B.S.. Hume Economics 



B A , Primary Education 



tdelphian, Vici President (4); LegtsUtore (4); Ring Chait n (4); Proctoi 

Y.W.C.A. i I) Wealminisl. i i Uoirahln I ou n - 

Teachers oi America (4); Basketball (3). 



ANNA MARIi: MORGAN, Gold Hill 



CAROL LEE MORGAN, Hende 
Dikean; Dean's List (3, n : Hon 



B S., II. .mc Economics 



AH 
Kappa Delta (3, I); Bol I 



£, <£k $ { ) (^ 

ft O €> < » £> 



Moore, C. A. 
Morgan, A. M 



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PATRICIA MARIE MORRELL, Asheville 

lapel Checker CI 



CECILIA ELIZABETH MORKISV FanmilL 



JOAN FRANCES MUELLER. WestBeld, N. T 



NAOMA GLORIA MULLER, Babylon, L I.N Y 

Cornel : Dean's I..-. I I) : Soi ...1 Planning I (S 

[nterf.ith < .... ... .1 (3 ntenar) luni. 




SARA EMMA MYERS, Hoff 



PHYLLIS NIVEN, M. 



DOROTHY NORFLEET, Greensboro 



EKAM Ls l.nihl m OWOK Ck,.,.sK, 



CATHERINE MANTON OLIVER, Reid: 



Ml! I>KI 1) AIM I l\l OKRl 1 L, WTi 



I.S., Secretarial Admi 
V.-.I., Fonndation; Ca 






-$f>0 







Orrell 



Page 74 




No car, doubtless . 





Osborne Osheroff 

Parker, I. E. Porrish 



I ssll RAJ OSBORN1 Swe| 

Corn. I 

Ill I \ osin Rl II I I 



IZAB1 ill rORDAN 01 MAW M, 

U, Ipl Hi D i ... i ii : |„„ 



I ll/AltlTll I'll R( l I'ARKIK. Raeford 

Idi Ip H .M B, irJ (8 I) 

it. y . w.c. a. ( 1 ) 

, ,: . . i . 

D ■ 

■II .... " ' '. 

I-T.VA SUTTON I'ARKIK. Goldsboro 

. II..II II.. ...I in : Man Hill II. 2 

[RENE ELIZABETH PARKER, Williamston 
DOROTHY SPAIN PARRISH, Smithfitld 

li.k : 11,11 II I (3); S < 

(1, 2 ;i.i I ii. i... ,.. . i I (2 

l.... I.. ■- ..I \ . i. -, I I. (2, '. 

1.. I. : I I • Ion . I..I. Ml : I II . 



PATRICIA DRASDELL PATON, Fayc 

Cornelian, Mai bal (3) 1 1. ...'- I .-' .1 

Trarli.T- ..I \. 1 III; I . ,.,. . I 






Upfca (>, <)i 






H s 1 1 






Primary Education 
Dwrica (3, 



HA. I I. ii.. in... 1 I 
B.S.. Ii i 



H \ I'umary Edu 



GERAIXHNE W P1ARC E. Mm,. 



\l. il, ..... Proi .... .I.:i boh 
I ..-. \ .. . I'.. -..I. ,.l III: Gami 

II. . "',. \ ..I I 



B.S., Secretarial Admi 

l , s ,1 1. : Baptiel Studem Union (1, .'. 

I. II. P., I.!,. ,1. U.a.rman III ; iulutr T .,, I, 

B laki 11. .11 'i ! ;■ Softball (I); '".II 111. 



HAZELBEI.LE LOUISE PEARSALL, Rucky Muunt 

.1. ,,„ 



I.,.. 1 ■ gisl ..' ... 11 : Houae Preai. 

S.'.r.-I.irv III; [>.;,..'. l.isl 13. Il; H. .....r I 

PUnning CoUl I. : 11,11 Social Cha.rmai 

Kappa Delta CI. I. II ,. 11b I I I 

S log) 1 lob 11. 1 . : Ii-. real ( Ii, 

Inalrucloi (3) ; S ng il. 2. .1, II. 



... , I' : l-.l.l... ' I II ,,. ,..,., ,n.|,.,c 

.11 (II : Point. i:...,.„„ll. . 1 :. : IV,, ..., . I ■ I. ,. , ... 121 ; S.«-i.l 
,'il. So. , ,1 -, ,, r, ,1 11 : Alpha 

I l;l D Ohio Sea! ,1. 2, : 1,1 - 



^ $ er> m $ 





Outlaw 



Parker, E. P. 



Page 75 



CAROLINE ANN PEARSON, Baltimore, Md. 


B.S., Home Economics 


Idelphian: Ma) Da) (4); Proctor (4); Chemi.tr) Club (2) 


II 1 Illl, - 1 l.lll II. .'I- 


MVRLE MAUREEN PEOPLES. Mocksville 


B.S., Home Economics 


Uetheianj Mare Hill College 11, 2) i Dean's 1 isl (3, n 

II. .in. Ken. 1 
miiiv- ni; Basketball (4). 


f.W.C..*. (3 I): Westminister Fellowship 13. 4); 
il Recreal \ 1 1 l-H (4); Swim- 


PEGGY ANNETTE PETERS, High Point 


B.A., Biology 


vi.-Ii.Kmh: Dean's Lial (3, I) ; II... toll (1 1 1 1 U 

II - 1 II; Ii i 11. 2. :. II - \l il '!.'. Inn 

(2, I n. 


x^srsa^^w.'ssss: 


BETTY PETTEWAY, Jacksonville 


B.F.A.. Art 


MARIAN HAZEL PHILLIPS, Winston-Salem 


B.A., English 


Comeliani Mars II Ileg. (1 J ■ I) Baplisl 

III ; Tennis (3, 1) i Bask. iL.ll (3, n. 


Student I ii (3, li ; 1 .1. Saving I n : Speed Ball 


MARTHA VIRGINIA PHILLIPS, Thomasville 


B.A., Sociology 


Dikean 1 egislal in Ihapel kcr (2 I) ; M i] 

1 'a List (3 ' i 1 ' - I:.. ....I III: s.-i .... 1 ci^n. i 1 

Vic. - .. , s, , 1 -,., i II : Si \l. 

s,„ i,.l,.-v (.Int. u 1. It Vice-President (4); Recreation 


Da) (4) ; Pirn V. , dlt ■ -■ .. asi 1 i 1 1 t)i 

ji ] Dais) ' 1,-iin (2) ; Dance Committee (I) ; [unief 

,'. H,,,,-,. II. .'. 1. Il: \l|,lu Kappa Delia (3, 4|\ 
v.- I 2) n Group 111 ; Swimming! 


L. CAROLYN PICKEL. Cli.nim.ins 


B.S., Business Education 


VI, li.l.i.ii, : ( ,„,,/,»„,., (2, : t), Ex. hang. M 


; i .,r.,,t.l, (2, 3. 4); 1 .", . I. (I, J. 3, li : Wcale) 

\ ,i..i (4)| -, i.i.ii, li 2 1, 4). 


JEAN NOBLE PITMAN, West Hartford, Conn. 


B.M.. Music 


11. II,. ...n : II toll il. 2) : [unioi kdvisoi •.' < I 

i 1 li Mi,-.. Kducatioi b (1, 2, 1, n Se. r. ta 

\1 1 N.I (3, ii. 


,2 1, 4); Y.W.I 1 ii J ■ !■ : Wealey Founda- 

. ,, Vic. I'., sidei boral i (3, 1) 


EDITH FRANCES PLYLER, Gold Hill 


B.S.. Home Economics 


Dik 1. m's List (3); Y.W.C.A (1, 2 1 1) Weel. 

1 - . I..I, (1 J. 1, l. Future reai h. .- ..I Vme 

f„l.l bairmi Voll. | Ball (2, 3) ; Basketball 11. 


l lal H -' 1 I), i onncil (2, I) i Horn. 

| i: i \--,„ iatioc (1, 2, 3, 4) ' il . 1 I) 

2, J, II. 


ZII.PHIA VAUGHN FOOL, Greensboro 


B.A., Primary Education 


i 2 SSSSiH,? 


Ihambei Music l.. 1. -'. 3 li ; Y.W.i \ 13 Ii ; 




f>f $ 






\-* 



senior class 







Petteway 
Plyler 




k,\ nil Ki\i i«>i ill POO 

I ; 



k.v 111 1 i>i \\i i i ii » ii i rii..m.isviiu 



• ■I A.ImumisU, 



ii im< i Club (I i 

II. -'I . ' 



I); Y.W.I V i|. J. 



( akmi N ERCEL1 POP! ' 

- I ' I I) ; 11.11 II.. 

II..-.". 



IKMA A.WI lira I I I All. , - 



: 11 I, 
.1 .1. 11 Pro 



EMOGENE POWEI.I., ValoW 

kd.lphl.ii Sorvlo, i- - • 

NANCY BUSH PREAS, Danville, Va. 

V.I. I|.li,.,„. II..,..-. Ii.l I n 
I - i lob (3, li : 5! 

CHATTIE PRICE, Monroe 

v.l.l|.l„.,„. li..,.,-. I,.i in ; V.W.C.A. (1 - I I 

i I. -'. I, 4); Future Tea. I..-,. ..I V,... ..... i li : I II I li. 

JANE MAYO PR1TCHARD. South Mills 
I 8) Bull. Ib.ll il. 2). 

NANCY CURTIS PRITCHETT, Burlington 

111 ; Jim,,., v.lvisoi . I. : Sigmi Uphi i :. L), -. . reluj . I. 
Editor, Comma Alphl NeWB (4) i I HIV .11: II '.. Spul 

EVELYN MARION PROCTOR, Elm City 

I.J..: 1 V\ I V .1 J. II: tt.-l.-v t..„,„l.,l...„ II. II: 1 






HA.. English 



HA . Biolog; 






B.S., Hc.mc Economics 



B.S., Home Economics 



B.S.. Secretarial Administration 
H.U Social I 



B.S., Home Economics 
II. 3. li; Future Teachen 










Pntchard 



Powell. I. A. 
Pritchett 



Powell, E. 



Page 77 



NANCY ELIZABETH PURVES, 


Ljit-.it Notch, 


N. 










B.A., Sociology 


nriite U); St.' Mary's Hon* (3)° 


lot 


olog) Club 


1 


i :. n ! 1 


il. Ji 

« Chairman ( 


I.,,., i hail (2) : [lance Com- 
1. 


PEGGY HAMILTON PUTNAM, 


Falls Church 


V. 








B.S 


, Home Economics 


Club 0*2) ;">»< Wai Action. C 


Sis 




11 .i 


I M i 1 
- Econom 


- i lub 


(2. 3. 


. -' I : 1 
I. Re. 


W.CA. (1) ; Chemistry 
ealion Association (1). 


MATTIE CORNELIA QUINN, Ken.i 


isville 










B.S 


, Home Economics 


Cornelian; Y.W.C.A. (2, SI: Wealey Foundation 11 
Galilean Cluli (3, II : Fill. ire Teachers ol 1 


r, 


i Botan) 
Squari 1 


Club 13 


: Ho 
2, 1) 


me Econc 
; 4H 13 


mics Club (1. 2. 3. 41 ; 


NORMA FAYE QUINN, Beulavi 


le 












B.S.. 


Business Education 


Cornelian; Camma Alpha 13. 11 : 




. ii. i 


-'■ 




ng il. . 


'' 






MARY EMILY RANSON, Charlotte 














B.A., Mathematics 


Dikcan; Daisy Chain (2) ; Y.W.I 
Club (2. 3| . 


* 


1 1); Ch 


r.-l. 


i- (2 


; ii 


Squa 


.- i in 1- 


11. 2. 3. 4! : Galilean 


HATTIE RATCLIFFE, Charlotte 














B.A., 


Primary Education 


Adelphian; Proctor (1) ; Bolanj 1 


Iuh 


2. 3); Ful 




\i„, ,„ j 


'"' 






HARRIET TOMPKINS REAVES 


Gr 


iham 












B.A., Sociology 


Alelheian: („„„l,l, (2. 3 1 : Limei 

ka|.,,., Delia ii. 1), Preaid, nl 1 I 


- 


i ollege H 


: II. 


,r. i.i-i i 


.1 : 1.W 


C.A. 


(2); il 


rch Croups 12 1 : Alpha 


HILDA MARIE REDDING, Randleman 








B.S. 


Secretarial Administration 


Uelheiau; Dean'n Lisl (3, Ii "i 
-.pence, Spr-.tlielil 1 11. 


\\ i 


1.(1.2,3 


" ; 


Claaaical 


lub il. 


2 ; 


li: Can 


ma Alpha (3. 4 1 : North 


ROBERTA FRANCES REDMAN 


Asheville 












B.A., Mathematics 


Cornelian; Proctor (3); Y.W.C.A 


(l 




rcl. 


2, 1, n 


l.jlile.m 


Club 


(2. 3. 4 


: Voile, Ball (21. 


PATRICIA ANN REID, Lowell 
















B.A., Chemistry 


Vlelbeian, Marahal in 1 i 

Chemistry i iuh (1 -' 1 I) J Cal 




ee (3) ; M 

. tub i 1, l 


1 i . 


rl (4) ft 

n ii 1 


sociation 


, l. 


. 3, n : 


Square Circle (2, 1, 1) ; 
Boot 'n Spur 12. 3. 41. 







senior class 



^i»0 (? 







Purves 


Putnom . 


Quinn, C. 


Quinn, F. 


Ronson 


Rotdiffe 


Reaves 


Redding 


Redman 


Reid 









COLLEEN ki NEGAR, Yadkinvilh 






, . i . 

ub '-'. 1, l'. P 1 1' 


1 " '" ' 




m \\<\ awn hi ^ NO! i>s I 




HA . English 


Mi Ipl '""-'i ii. j. 


1, n. Mwtleina. Hiiim 111 




II AN |i)\l s RI( II, s.ilishuiv 


US 


Secretarial Administration 


3 '"""■ '-' : ''-" ' 


Onunlaatlon (4); Y.W.I \ i 


Upha ll. li. 


Mil ll aim RI( HARDSON Wendell 


Its. 


Secretarial A 



HELEN MAKll RIGBY, High Poinl ha. Personnel Psychology 

Cornelian; 5 .1 -.....■■ !•■ lei i '.. IJ 1 VTA \ (1 21: Pieeholaf) Club (I I) 



•I (,(,'> ANN HIMMI'R, Mi-h.im- 



" ,k ' ' : ' " ' ' " b '■ " ' 


l. ii ; Calileaa Club (2, 1, li. 


MARY MARGARET RITCHIE, Greensboro 


B.F.A, Art 


\.l. l|.l,....,: D oi llei (2, 3) i rown Student! Orcanbal :. J, li: 

Hi: \ . ■ Club I 1. .'. i. li : li. Croup (3 I) 


1 w < V i 


MARYLYNN BONNER ROBERSON, Walkertown 


B A . Primary Education 


M.ili. in.. : ( „r.,l„i,u„. B.i-.m — Stall ri. ll; Inlerfaitb i 1 (1, .'. 3, 1); 

Gi ii ii I....... reai hen ol Vmeri. > (4) i h 1 1 1) 


V « i \ ii. j. 1, ii . Cbarcb 


EACQUELINE GREY ROBERTS. Durham 


B.A.. English 


I|J " : " ; ' ; f WCA - "• -'• *• " 




MARILEA ROBERTS. Reidsville 


B.S.. Hiirm- Economics 


Dilcean; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, J. 1) ; Chemietrj Club (2, 1) ; Home 1 niea Club 

Coll ' lub (2). 


ll. 2. J, li. Vice-PreaMeBI in. 

..1 t.-iif. il. 1); t ll 






©ac> 



Reynolds 
Ritchie 




sarah carter \ 

winston-salem, north Carolina 



"Sorry" . ■ . a four-year leader . . . i 
merit . . . leader of the sister class 
rims with class. 



thematics 
. a grin . 



Vice-President of the Student Govern- 
school spirit with a bounce . . . horn 




|rances fulcher 

aavidson, north Carolina 



IFran . . . Honor Board . . . serious minded . . a leader from way back . . . missionary 
plans . blond hair . . President of Sophomore Class . . . respected . . . Secretary of 



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EMII.IE FAY ROBINSON. Charlotte 



( orneluin: II.-.,., •- I isl 131 ; H , 

3, 4) ; Ch.u,,l., , Music Group (2, 3, 

Home Ec i ( luh 11. 2. 3. II 



JOAN SYBIL ROBINSON, Hamlet 



MILLICENT ANNE ROLLINS. Marshville 



II. 2. 3. -II ; Onii, 



B.S.. Home Economics 



I.S., Secretarial AJn 



v , Seen t.in.il Aclmini 



ELEANOR VANN ROSE, Frankl 



JUNE HALL ROSE. High Point 

Cornelian: Greensboro Symphony Ore 
World Federalist Hi. 

MARY JANE ROSS, Asheboro 

Cornelian; Dean's Lill (3) | Han,- ( 
131 ; Swimminu I 1. 31 : Tennis I J, 3. 

ELSIE JEANNETTE RUITER, Char 



ELLEN COLVILLE RUSSELL, High Point 



MARION MARIE RUSSELL, Norfolk, Va. 

Aielheian ; Fuirfax Ha 



PATRICIA BUTLER SANDERFORD. Car' 



i.S., Physical Education 



,l,i-„ Education Clu 



A., Elementary Education 

V II. 2. 3, II : Galilean Cl.ib 



Spencei 5] -In 



B A . Biology 

i,, i l„l. ii i, 



S . Home Economics 

A. Ill; Home E,»nonii,s 



l.A . Socii logj 




V / 




V.« 




senior class 




fri 






Page 82 




ft 




DOROTHY [OYC1 SAND] IN, I'- 



ll \ MAI SARD - I 



ClADYs MAI.V. B.iiiksmIU 



[OANNE UIXON M' HKIsT, Hu,|. 



H A , Prim u 



H M . Musk 






HA. Elei 



h A . Chemistry 

.. 3. It ; Calllaaat dak 



ANNA HI AIR si' REST, Monro 

M. ii,. ,..,, i bun li Groupi (1, .' 

li, li : Future I • ., hen ,,i I i »'- 

NANCY LEE SELECMAN, Washington, D. C. 

Ilik, ,,i,: /',;.. \,„,», . I I. li lln- \l...i ,„. . i li : I) I I I 

Mull li.....,l III . -,„ ,, t u. I, -.....:.. i .. , 

ll.i, nn.li III ; s»i. nit cl, J i ■ Bi , 2, S) ; Baaketball (1, 2. ») 



H A . Sociolqg] 

lioa II. '2,'».' 4i ! 



SHIRLEY DIANNE SHARPE, Winston-Salem 

Alcthri,,.,; Daia] I 1 2) : D 

I, II : ll.ill li.... i, I i " I , Upl 

i;,, f- \-m>, i.iti.... i-'. n : iid-;.. 



MARY WARD Mil AKIN \\ luuk.- 



ROSE ANN SHEARIN, Rocky Mount 



S., Sttcrct.trt.il Adm 



IS.. Hunt Economics 



[tikcan. Social Chair Ill; Ctn.lmian ; S.-rvi,,, League Ml; Dance Committee (S) | Junior .' 

Y.tt.C.A. (II : Cliur. li i.r - II. -'. t. II ; I I -,,,.:,, I, i I . _■ ., i. ...... 

k.-r IJ. II ; I.- - III : \ ..ll.-N B.ill II. J I ; Ha.kctl.all ..'. I 1. 



B A . English 

or Ad.i.or (3); 

- 

■ .11. 



JO ANNE SIDES, Rocky Mount 



lance Board. Secretary III; I'm. t„r (21: Dan..- Committee 111 

l.iii, (I. -', I. II. Co-E Methodist Paper (3), Council M 

Future Teachera oi Imerica (*) i Se n Leader (31; Social Co 



i S . Business Education 

I « . V 
, ( I. : Camma Alpha t3. I), 



A^ ^ n ^MM l ^-^^ _Mf** 






Sealy 
Shearin, M. 



Sheorin, R / 



Secrest 
Sides 



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MARGARE1 MARY SIMON, Bayonne, N. J. 


B.A.. History A 


Idelphian Bayonne lunioi College 11. 2); V ft .1 V. (3 

\ 1 (3, n : Squan Di (3) j Softball (3 1). 


" : F " T, '"'"' ri "' A, "" ri ' j " l; ,; -"' a,i °" M 


NINA ADALEN SINGLETON, Harmony 


B.S., Home Economics III 


Diki .1" 1 • r . :il liege 1 1 2) i\W.C> (3 1) 

America Ill 1) ) oun| K bli 111 Wesley 1 


H I mi. - in l inn..- 1.... hers ol // 1 


KATHRYN SINK, Lexington 


B.S., Home Economics III 


U on; Pi 1 (2) ; Y.W.I \ (1, 2, 3) ; I. ran Stud 

1 ■ (3, 11 : Future K.. hen ol Imerica 1 11 


-i.i V .H 1, 2, I Ii Secretarj III: Hum,- lit 


ELLEN HEILIG SKINNER. Rock) M unl 


B.A.. English / / 1 


Dikean: Dean's Lisl (3); Service League (2); Lutheran Stud 

Clul, (2 11 


'" V ' J '' " vs "- f "' ii " t - B «"« ' 1 


IRIS Rl'TH SLEDGE, Graham 


B.S., Physical Education / 


Dikean: Recreation \ 1.. (1, 2, 1 11 : Square Dance 

1 I'll' II 2); Ill 1: . G -In . 1.' 1. II ; Hock?) (1 


■-ii 1 1. Softball (1, !, 3, 4). ' / 


MARTHA RAVE SMATHERS, Canton 


BA. Bioifwf j 


Uethe i .ft .1 \. i 1, n i i l ietrj i lub (3 n Mi di. i 


1 '"' """■"• <»•*>: Galilean Club (4). 


CAROLYN SYKES SMITH, Lemon Springs 


B.S., Distributive Education — 


\l ..:. / 1 .in Dance Committee (2) i 

1 1. -'. 3, II : Weslej Foundation 1 1, -'. .1. Ii Can llphs 

II -i lei I Ji -ilu.l Marketing 1m- 

bull (2). 


Wvisoi i i ettei (S) ; V.W.C.A. ^^^ 

■ i i ' M...I. I an. ■ ii ' lub ill. ft orld 1 ederalisl 

' .i i S« "-■ i i J : ' 1 ennis I 1 ' : Basket- 


DANNY KATE SMITH. Charlotti 


B.A., Art 


1 1 EANOR HILL SMi IH. Kin«ton 


BA. Historj 


<: " , ""'"" ,: "' J,: u ' Club IJ I '"' 1 "- 




ISABELLE SMITH, Gibson 


BA. Chemistrj 


U n. .,..■. Lisl ii. i i tei i 1' lunioi 

1 1 II II,. -,,,-!,, 1 l„b II .' 1 Ii 1,1. 


V' '■! y.W.C.A. (1 2 I n - .' I in I. 






\ • 



00 



Singleton- 
Smith, C. 



Cr 



senior class 






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MARGAR1 i I DWARDS sMlin I 



Nl ii w 111 1 in smiiii 

i ■ i ■ 

(;,„„„.|| in ; ii, 





HA I 






W [AN] SMIIII. Kullin 



NAM -i HKI I I M'ihii MAN. Winds 



DOROTHY DeLANCEY STANFIELD, Brown Su 



II ANNI.NI BYN1 M STANL1 Y ( arolina Beach 






DOROTHY IIAN SPAHR, Abingdon, V... in. Business Edu 



B A l !■ mi nl 



I ■nomics 



LOIS ( RAVI N s'll I'HINS, Durhan 



I.A.. Primary Ldu 



MARY ANN STI1.W I LL. Chailntti 



B.A, Sociology 

i 



DOROTHY STROTHLR. Oxford 



B S Home Economics 
in: H.,11 Board (4) j M 



£> 


\ 





p 


$ 


£> 








Smith, N. W. 
Stanley 



Smith, W. J 
Stephens 



Spoolman 
Strother 



MILDRED VIRGINIA SUGG, Kinston B.A.. Mathematics 

Adriphian: House President (3); Points Committee 141; Proctor (II; Dance Committee (4); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2); 

Westminister Fellowship II. 21; Si B n,a Helta I'l I-'. 3. II; Square Circle II, 2. 3. II. Secretary -Treasurer 121; 
Galilean Club 12. 3. II; Life Savine, (21; Basketball (21. 

PEGGY ONEIL SUTTON, Clinton B.A., English 

\letheian- May Dav Script Chairman (41; Dean's list 131; Honor Roll 111; Proctor (31; Y.W.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 41; 
We.lev Foundation II. 2. J, II; Masquerade™ 11. 1) j Square Circle (1, 2) J Cbemiatrj Club 12. 31; Future 
lecher- ..( V .... r i. ., II. II ; Ra.ln. \\ . . r k ~ I , . . , . Ul R,-, ication Association It. 21 ; Swimming (1, 2. J) J (."II (1) 

B.S.. Secretarial Adi 



NAIDA LYON SWAIN. Greensboro 



JANE FRANCES SWINDELL. Elizabeth Ci- 

lea, hers 'ol America < 1 1 ;' Legislature (41. 

ELIZABETH LaVERNE SYKES, Durham 



B.S.. Business F.du 



ANN FTTA TALLEY, Randleman 










B.S., Bu 


iness Education 


-™- ni:l '~'' l "" ,,:f ' 


: Da 


ace Committee 


21; Ca 


una \lpha 1 


i •. Futur 




MARTHA LYNN TALLEY. Greensboro 












BM 


. Musk 


Alrtheian: Town Student. Organization (I. 2 1, 1) 

(3, 41; Chamber «... (.roup III: Youn| | 

(1, 2, 3. 4). 


,:;;. 


1 I..I. 


121 : Choi 

(2, ;. i 


1 ,..,. 


Greeo-b,.,.. 

ire, i .. Mi 




b 


ELIZABETH N. TANCH, Pittsfield, Mass. 












B.A., 


History 


Cornelian; Carolina III; Spanish Club 12. 31: 


Pro 


v:..,; 


1 : Masrn 

Reputdi, 




(2 1 I) 
PI., liken 


1. 2. 3, 




SYBIL LIBBY TANNER, Wilmington 












B A. 


English 


Dikean; Dean', Lis, ,3,:l.,llol ,1.2.3. II: F 


e Te 


cher, 


ol Americ 


a (4). 








MARY ELIZABETH TART, Dunn 








B.S 


Secretaria 


Administration 


III : Hall Board (3) | 1 egi'elatun i !• ■ • x f . 


t'.'u 


Daisy Cha 


1 :;,,',;' , i 


y.w.i x u 

II ; Recreatio 


:i . i hi 


'on (".T 




senior class 






Svkes 
Tort 



Page 86 




AWII IKANt I s TAYLOR, Duiluni 






■ .|.„'.rt 121 I 






LOIS i .v. LOI 



MARY ANNA IAYI.or. Willisunston 

Dlk.M rrara .1 

Hi ,.i .i 



• K 2. 3| 



•II (2. I): 

(I, 2. 1)1 



MIMI TEMKO Green boro 



GRACE THOMPSON. LaurinburK 



B 




ADDIE JEANNETTE THOMPSON. Goldsboro 

Comi-liun : Vole) Foundillon (1, 2); H I .„ . 



MARY ANNE THOMPSON, Saludj 



MARY UL1JE THOMPSON. Clarkto 



PIGGY ANN THOMPSON. Durh.ui 



VIRGINIA DARh THOMPSON. Whitakcr* 



H s . H..iin Economic] 



Economics 
(3, li ; Fatare tmt bm >■( 



i S., Hume Economics 



I.A., Sociology 

ln, un (1, 2. 31; 



1 A , Elementary Education 

IC-dcy 



S.. Distributee- Education 

ll. 2. 3. 4); 



J"-^ 


^k 


r% 





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( i 


€> 


c> 


y , 


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^^^ 


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^e& 



Tcylo 


r.A.F. 


Toylor, L. 


Toylor, M. A. 


Temko 


Thompson, G. 


Thomi 


3son, J . 


Thompson, M. A. 


Thompson, M. L. 


Thompson, P. A. 


Thompson, V. D. 



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BETSY LAUGH LIN TUNSTALL, Ahoskii 



SARAH HELEN TURLINGTON. Clii 



LYDIA JANE UNDERWOOD, Yadkinvillc 



GERTRUDE ANNE VAN HORN. Grrcn-hu,,, 



I.A., Prin 
, Spotlight 



ELIZABETH JANE VANN. 

( ornelian ; Y.W.I \ • I i ; I 



ANNE ROYSTER VEASEY, Washington 



HATTIE MURDOCK WALLACE, Kannapolii 



HILDA WALLERSTEIN, Richmond, Va. 

Cornelian: Dean's I isl I I) H to Di 01 

Hillel II. 2, J, 11. President ill: Upha k. a Delta l.i. 

Secretary III; Recreation \-- i I. 2, 3, ii Dam 

Life Saving (2). 



MARY WENDY WARD, New York, N Y. 

Aletheian, Vice-President (3); Legislature (4); N.S \ Re| 

Colle e e Hi . i;,.l,le„ I I :, U Dean - I ,.i , :i I \,1, 

I, ii N Spent i . Si ghl 1 2 I 1 1 I i (2, I) ; \ ..lie. 

Ml : Pla) hk,,. I : ,„i -,„ , „,,,.,. ,21. 



CAROLYN LOUISE WATSON, Greensbon 




,.r.l./,/l. \.t t'Jltm III; K... U..F.I 

i Q I (3. 4) In I tab (2, 

l<l> ' I- • ' I 



^PQ 




Tunstall 



Turlington 
Wallace 



senior class 





€>£>£.$ 



Wotson 



Page i 




were rushing for 






Weotherspoon 
Wilborn 



Vhite, AS, 
Wilkins 



M \K', FAYNI w I Aim RSPOO B.S.. H 

Dlfcean; I Chain (21; 






ANN SHIKKII I WHIM '! 



PRAM is MAKII Will I I ■ 

v in V.W.C./I (I .' I, 4); BipUM 



It S . Business I ducation 



Al K I MAKII W Hill HI RST, South Mills 



NAM 1 I RAM I s Willi I I V /. h.iU.r. 



h s . Homi 



Sri 


n Mi How l b (I, 


GWENDOLYN WILBORN, Lillington 


h A . Sociology 


1 in Marahal (4J Di in'i 1 ,-i 1 1) ! Honoi Roll (3); s, » a . \ (3) 

i IK e (1 IJ 5» 


; Chun 1. Ci M; Ball So. lal 


SARAH M.I.IAN WILKINS, Wytheville, Va. 


B.A., Sociolog) 


(3 ii Squ in 




NAN STRONACH WILKINSON Rocky Mount 


HA . English 


\.l. 1 |.li ..... : Ii.....'- i.i-i .i. Pro. i". iJ !); S 'In ■ • 1) 

i|i..-i win- 13. ii I'.-i." 12 ■■ H I'" lidral ... i lur, i 


n : Han. 

V.. ..L.I,..,, (2, Ii : 


EMMA JEAN WILLARD, Winston-Salem 


B A , English 


i omi linn; Hall Board I li : Pin. VenM 

Ii....... c ......... ii- i II ; V.W.C.A. 11. 2. 1. II B..H .1 (3, 


Lilerarj E. r (4); Pi 

eacbera .-1 \i>.- i 


HI m lO WILLIAMS. Monro. 


B S Home 1 (...mimics 


V.11™ Ball (a! 


ken H 1 „ • i 



$ O f 



White, F M 



Page 85 



( I.OIM < LINE Will lAMS. Sutesville 



JACQUELINE WILLIAMS, Middle 



NANCY WILLIAMS. Elizabeth City 



B.S., Home Econom 



i.S., Hume Ecnnomi 



I'RIst ILEA TALBITT WILLIAMS, Durhan 



I: l.il.-rfaitli i: il iU: \\ -- -i- r Fellowship Council (2. 3 

1M Ill: i; il,-. \. ..„,., ii, .ii 11. 2. 3. 41; Dolphin Seal 

I Int. i- '■ Ii I i I I'" Hi. I '3. II " 

i . s, | Ball (! I I' i .... I, i ; n , \ ollej Ball I 



ADDIE DAVIDSON WILLIAMSON, Asheville 

LOUISE WILLIAMSON, Rocky Mount 

BARBARA MAE WILLIFORD, Farmville 

\lethelan; Dean's Lisi (3); Procior (1, II: li.ni,,- i ..,„, - 

lion (1. 2. 3. 41; Fulurc Teachers ..I tmerica 11. I). 

MYRTLE LaRUE WILSON, New Bern 

M.-iIi.i.mi. Houie President (4); IleaiCs List 13. II; 11 r K..1I ll. 2. 31: Pi r Hi: If.W.CA. i 

Bapti.l Studenl Uni 2) Squan Citcli (1 -' 1, 1) Galilean Club (2, ll; Future l-j.li.-r- ol 

III: Kecreation Association II. 2. 3. II; Haskclh.ill II. 2. Ill; flu B.-lj Kappa III. 



12. 1. ll : Y.W.C.A. ll. 2. 



BETTY CARROLL WIMBISH, Greensboro 

Cornelian; Class Cheerleader 141; Ser>ice League Hall I tadi I I 

Hall Social I. rman 111: Dance I I, air,,,,,,: (2); «,-n i-i.-i 

Teacher! "I Imerica I I. II; Chapel Checker (31; Hall Board 



ANN BONNER WINSLOW, Raleigh 




».A., Primary Education 

Social Planning 

li Boun, Club (4); Fului 



B.S., Home Economii 

ll..-- - II. .ii- (1, 2. 3. < 







r class 



f>C*^ 




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I ai KA win II WO] M (.: ensboro 


UFA. An 






( LARA REBEO A WOODR! PI 1 


HA. Elei 


. i, . Squa „ D 


,,::., 


Kl Mill A II MM WOODWOH 1 


B A , Sociology 


' '■ " 




PATRICIA ANN WORKMAN, Burlington 


HA, An 


*""'"■ ' 




DOROTHY HELEN Wl IF 


B.S., Hi.mt Economics 


iMfU.1 r.wxji 


. lab ii.. 


MARGAKIT ANNE WORSLEY, Oak Citj 


B A , Primarj Education 


ComelUn^ Ch.mi.lr, Club (3) i 


ol \< .■ Hi Hock. (1) I- -■ H..W.I..II 


SARAH LOUISE WRIGHT, Roanoke, Va. 


B a 1 conomici 


( Dim Il.ii: II k, Coll.(. 'I -'i 

Y.W.i .A. ill: 1 g 11. publico Club i II : Phi II 


For.- l,i...n» (4); 


BKULAH UPCHURCH YATES, Elkin 


li S . Home Economics 


Church' C.".i|.- 1-', 1. H : Hi.i.i. 1 1 L. 

Spotlighl I II : 1 11 (4). 


< 1 ' : 1 ,.[.... 


ANN KIRKLAND YOUNG, Rockford, III. 


B.A., French 


Uelhe : Lcgialatur, (3); I hail N.S.A. (3, 1) 

li. .in'- LI.I in. 1 i kdvixn (3) | Sigma Dell. 


Carolinian (4) j Rockford c...llc c r 111: (..,1.1m chain 13. 11: 
• dab i.'. li i \..ll" 


ELIZABETH JAM; YOUNG, Charlotte 


B A . English 


Ci.rn.-lij.. : Hall It... ml . I. 1) ; Pirti * 1. 


. - Found.- 

."" 1 1 ' «• l.-r* 



BO 




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senior class 



LILLIAN EATON ZACHARV. Taylorsville 

ill: So. iel) Marshal I I) Gi i Upha (3. I); Km 



I.S., Distributive Education 



MARTHA ZACHARV, Charlotte 



B.A., Primary Education 



SALLY-ANN ZEIGER. Greensboi 



B.F.A., Art 

Club (2, 3, li I'll. -i' - 





seniors not pictured 



MARGARET C. EMERSON, Greensboi 



ELIZABETH ANNE HENDERSON. Burlington 

Adelphian; luniol V Ivisoi I 1) i In I lub (3, I). 



SHIRLEY YOUNG, Bowling Green, Ohi. 



i s . SruLt.in.il Adnimistiation 




last mass meeting . . . highlighting the seniors 



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jaylee montague 

clayton, north Carolina 

Inspiring . . . Cotten Hall . . . loyal service . . . likely to succeed . . liberal minded . . 
quiet dignity . . . mathematics . . . dependable . . . enthusiastic . . . poise . . . Golden Chain 
. . . Legislature. 



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I 





azelbelle pearsa 

rocky mount, north Carolina 



i'Boo" . . . May Coui 
najor , . . school spi 
iked . . . personality. 



President in Weil . . . sparkling eyes 
President of our Freshman Class . . 



friendly . recreation 
conscientious . . . well- 



Page 95 



phi beta kappa 



the woman's 
alpha chap 



HWpi 



C^BXiir beet ion of the 
er of nor 



of iqdrth Carolina 



OFFICERS 

Miss Abigail E. Row ley Prt sidt ut 

Dr. Charlotte \Y. Dawley I "tct -Prt udt tit 

Dr. John E. Bridgers, Jr Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer 

Dr. Emma Layman Recording Secretary 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Dr. Richard Bardolph Miss Florence Schaeffer 

Mrs. Lettie H. Rogers 



MEMBERS IN COURSE. CLASS OF L951 
Joan Austin, Coan Bell, Nancy Blanton, Pauline Burchette, Sarah 
Carter, Anne Correll. Laurah Dobson, Mary Ruth Hall. Frances Har- 
bison, Elizabeth Harding. Miriam Huggins, Tempe Hughes. Julia Ross 
Lambert, Erancie Lynam, Joanne McLean, Jaylee Montague, Eileen 
Osheroff, Mary Reynolds. Anne Van Horn, LaRue Wilson, Louise 
Wright. 



>^m 



GOLDEN CHAIN 




The members of the Golden Chain are chosen on the basis of the seven golden 
links . . . leadership, scholarship, sen-ice, tolerance, magnanimity, judgment, and 
character. These students are the outstanding campus citizens in all phases of activity at 
Oman's College. 

Golden Chain replaced Who's Who on the campus and is a preface to the establish- 
ment of Mortar Board. Service is its main function, service from the organization and 
from its individual members. Golden Chain does not seek publicity, nor are many people 
aware of the important work it does. This year they have purchased moving picture 
equipment to be used by the students and have continued their project of ambassadors 
at large, telling North Carolina high school girls about the benefits of Woman's College. 
On the campus, the Golden Chain serves wherever it sees a need or is called upon for 
help. 

Pat Ashley has served as president of the organization this year. Sarah Ann Hamil- 
ton, Vice-President; Jaylee Montague, Recording Secretary; Hazelbelle Pearsall. Cor- 
responding Secretary; and Ann Brothers, Treasurer, have helped her in the job of 
planning. 

Faculty advisors and student members alike contribute constructive criticism and able 
guidance in an effort to serve the college best. We can point with pride to the girls who 
symbolize through their leadership at Woman's College the seven-link chain of honor. 



First n 


>», left to right: Pat 


Ashley, Pres 


ident; 


Sarah 


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junior class song 

Yes, we're the Class of '52. 

Our service we will render 

To thee, our dear old W. C, 

And all who will defend her. 

Yes, we'll strive to make her glory shine 

Through faith and loyalty. 

So come on, Class of '52, 

We're all for W. C. 



junior class officers 

NANCY BARTON, Presidt nt 
LOUISE MOONEY, Vice-President 
JOYCE HOWE, Secretary 
BETTY GREENE, Treasurer 
BOBBIE STRICKLAND, Cheerleader 



If we can honor brin£ your name. 

If we can ever serve you. 

We'll seek in all the years to come 

By actions to deserve you. 

Yes, our aim to make your glory shine 

We'll strive for faithfully. 

Then come on. Class of '52, 

We're all for W. C. 



1951 

junior 

class 



First Rou . left to right: Marian Adams. Winston-Salem; Diana Elizabeth Addi- 
son, Durham; Patsy Lee Allen, Canton; Josephine Alexander, Stony Point; Mary 
Charles Alexander, Wilkesboro; Dorothy May Anderson, Enfield; Patricia 
Anderson, Greensboro. 



Second Ron: Sonia Angstadt, Charlotte; Sara Isabel Armstrong, Greensboro; 
Peggy Arthur, Kings Mountain; Janice Atwood, Buffalo, N. Y.; Mary Gordon 
Austin, Jefferson; Betsy Bachman, Henderson; Ethel Ball, Swannanoa. 

Third Row: Bette Barksdale, Asheville; Mary Ann Barlow, Hickory; Katherine 
Barnes, Fayetteville; Mary Louise Barnes, Wilson; Dora Barrett, Farmville; 
Bettie Brown Barringer, Hickory; Mattie Barringer, Albemarle. 




Fourth. Rou : Nancy Barton, Longmeadow, Mass.; Erleene Bason, Greensboro; 
Jan Batts, Jamestown, N. Y.; Viola Batts, Thomasville; Elizabeth Baucom, 
Raleigh; Reulah Beatty, Elizabeth town; Virginia Beck, Burlington. 



Fifth Ron : Elizabeth Bell. Charlotte; Peggy Belton, Mount Airy; Rachel Ben- 
held. Asheville; Sara Ella Bennett, Stokesdale; Evelyn Moore Best, Wallace; 
Carolyn Biggerstaff. Shelby; Jimmie Kathryn Biggerstaff, Marion. 



Sixth Ron: Joyce Biggs. Beaufort; Mary Louise Bikle, Hagerstown, Md.; 
Corinne Bissette, Zebulon; Marie Blake, Lumberton; Carolyn Blanchard, Paw 
Creek; Jacqueline Bodie, Kannapolis; Anita Bolinger, Vale. 



Seventh Row: Rosemary Boney. Clinton; Evelyn Boone, Louisburg; Elizabeth 
Boulus, Concord; Peggy Joyce Boyette, Wilson; Sue Boykin, Wilson; Beth 
Raney Bracken, Charlotte; Laura Bradfield, Dillon. 



Eighth Ron : Anne Bradford, Marshville; Sara Breeden, Morganton; Virginia 
Bridges, Forest City; Coleen Brock. Fayetteville; Mae Brock, Warsaw; Mar- 
garet Elizabeth Brown, Rocky Mount; Margueritte Eleanor Jones Brown, 
Greensboro. 



Not Pictured: Barbara Barbour, Smithfield; Dorothy Louise Morton Browi 

Greensboro. 



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First Row. left to right: Virginia Brown, Weaverville; Betty Bullard, Char- 
lotte; Carolyn Burton, Greensboro; Glenna Byrd, Marion; Jane Cabaniss, 
Shelby; Mary Milton Campbell, Newton; Lena Carter, Maxton. 



Second Row: Bessie Cartwright, Hamptonville; Joyce Casey, Burgaw; Betty 
Causey, Randleman; Frances Anne Clegg, Carthage; Evelyn Louise Clement, 
Greensboro; Margaret Click, F.lkin; Elizabeth Coffey, Arlington, Va. 




Third Row: Margaret Coffey, Arlington, Va.; Sara Coggin, Winston-Salem; 
Mary Rose Compton, Bloomfield, N. J.; Betty Jean Conley, Marion; Virginia 
Conner. Charlotte; Nova Corbett, Wilson's Mills; Dorothy Corpening, Horse 
Shoe. 



Fourth Row: Grace Coutras, Charlotte; Mary Jo Cox, Charlotte; Elizabeth Anne 
Crawley, Littleton; Jill Crawley, Lattimore; Betty Cresenzo, Reidsville; Bertha 
Crockett, Wytheville, Va.; Nancy Cropsey, Elizabeth City. 



Fifth Row: Nancy Cross, Hackensack, N. J.; Leola Culbert, Marion, Va.; Diana 
Cummings, Robbins; Hazel Dale, Hickory; Anne David, Asheville; Alma 
Davis, Pikeville; Christine Davis, Shelby. 



Sixth Row: Miriam Davis, Rocky Mount; Helen Day, Garner; Glenna DeWitt, 
Greensboro; Bettye Jo Dillard, Willard; Ruth Dillard, Glendale Springs; Bettie 
Alice Dixon, New Orleans, La.; Margaret Dock, Balsam. 



Seventh Row: Mary Lou Driver, Raleigh; Anne Dryden, Wise; Betty Duncan, 
Siler City; Annette Cole Dunham, Elizabethtown; Ellen Dupree, Smithheld; 
Shirley Mae Ehret, Raleigh; Mary Frances Elsen, Washington. 



Eighth Row: Jo Carroll Ennis, Hickory; Ellenor Eubanks, Hassell; Bettye Evans, 
Nashville; Nancy Jo Everhart, Thomasville; Janet Everitt, Selma; Mildred 
Fain, Hendersonville; Grace Farrior, Burgaw. 



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First Rou . left to right: Dixie Rae Farthing, Valle Crucis; Alice Faucette, Reids- 
ville; Peggy Feimster, Olin; Sara Frances Ferebee, Ernul; Anna Fey, Winston- 
Salem; Rose Fincher, Concord; Mary Roberta Fisher, Roanoke Rapids. 

Second Row: Ruth Eleanor Fisher, Alexander; Frances Fowler, Mt. Airy; Vir- 
ginia Francis, Waynesville; Betty French, Greensboro; Kathryn Friday, Salis- 
bury; Edna Friedman, Charlotte; Katherine Furr, Franklin. 




Third Row: Marcia Ann Furnas, Guilford College; Martha Gaston, Asheville; 
Bee Gatling, Charlotte; Lucille Gay. Black Creek; Betsy Gehman. Rocky Mount; 
Nannie Gibson, Mebane; Clara Gilbert, Siler City. 



Fourth Row: Betty Goss, Asheville; Lillian Gravely, Brevard; Nancy Gray, 
Robersonville; Cora Lillian Green, Ivy; Elizabeth Green, Thomasville; Bernice 
Greenberg, New York, N. V.; Ann Griffin, Selma. 



Fifth Row: Myra Griffith. Charlotte; Barbara Griggs, Pageland, S. C; Shirley 
Hack. Nutley. N. J.; Rachel Hackney. Siler City; Anne Hall, Charlotte; Bar- 
bara Hall, South Boston, Va.; Mary Rose Hall, Kannapolis. 



Sixth Row: Sara Neal Hamer, Maxton; Betty Christina Hamlin, Milo, Maine; 
Lucille Hampton, Rutherfordton; Doris Hancock, Siler City; Lucille Hannah, 
Franklin; Mary Lou Hanson, Southport; Margie Harding, Pilot Mountain. 



St. i -1.11th Raw: Geralyn Harmon, Gastonia; Margaret Ann Harrilson, Kings 
Mountain; Betty Grey Harrington, Wadesboro; Katherine Lou Harrington, 
Sanford; Barbara Anne Harris. Salisbury; Jean Harris, Durham; Patricia Harris, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



Eighth Row: E. Patricia Harrison, Eagle Springs; Jean Harrison, Wilson; 
Eleanor Harutunian, Teheran, Iran; Tommie Haywood, Charlotte; Dolly 
Hedgecock, High Point; Patricia Hege, Lexington; Anne Henderson, Monroe. 



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junior 

class 



First Row. lift to right: Sara Henneberger, Troy; Dot Hogan, Chapel Hill; 
Margaret Holland, Raleigh; Elaine Holly, Davidson; Catherine Holm, Cassa- 
daga, Fla.; Mary Holshouser, Blowing Rock; Sue Bet Hooks, Fremont. 



Second Row: Eleanor Hoskins, Summerfield; Joyce Howe, Springfield, Mass.; 
Nancy Howell, Candler; Edith Hoyle, Forest City; Catherine Hudson, Andrews; 
Doris Huffines. Lenoir; Bette Hufham, Clinton. 




Third Row: Peggy Hull, Charlotte; Sarah Louise Humphrey, Shelby; Norma 
Hunley, Rocky Mount; Clara Gray Hunt, Thomasville; Frances Hunt, Pleasant 
Garden; Martha Hurlocker, Albemarle; Mary Idol, Pleasant Garden. 



Fourth Row: Virginia Ingram. Taylorsville; Henrietta Jackson, Robbins; Grace 
Jahn, Morganton; Jackie Jernigan, Raleigh; Barbara Jobe, Raleigh; Ann John- 
son, Albemarle; Betty Johnson, Benson. 



Fifth Row: Jackie Johnson. Raleigh; Joyce Johnson, Smithheld; LaRue John- 
son, Randleman; Miralyn Johnson. Ashley Heights; Susanna Johnson. Burgaw ; 
Joann Johnston. Mooresville; Peggy Johnston, Greensboro. 

Sixth Ron : Geari Claire Jones, Whiteville; Sarah Jones, Franklinville; Barbara 
Jordan. West Hartford, Conn.; Lillian Joyner, Griffon; Nancy Keck, Burling- 
ton; Elizabeth Kent. Kingsport, Tenn.; Mary Elizabeth Kent, Lenoir. 

Seventh Ron : Susan Kimbrough, Richmond, Va.; Betsy Kinard, Randallstown, 
Md.; Marie King, Pelham; Kathryn Kirschner, York, Pa.; Harriett Ann Kro- 
balski, Savannah, Ga.; Rebecca Lamy, Jacksonville; Martha Lane, Ramseur. 



Eighth Row: Rebecca Langdon, Benson; Dorothy Lawrence, Eure; Evelyn 
Lawrence, Falkland; Wanna Faye Laws, Thomasville; Martha Lazenby, Fay- 
etteville; Frances Leatherwood, Waynesville; Elaine Ledbetter, Shelby. 



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class 




First Row, left to right: Marilyn Ruth Lentz, Greensboro; Mary Virginia Lewis, 
Nutley, N. J.; Mary Ola Lilly, Williamston; Janet Linker, Raleigh; Helen Lin- 
ville. Oak Ridge; Martha Lippard, Albemarle; Lois Loftis, Walnut Cove. 



Second Row: Alma Lorraine Loftness, Irvington, N. J.; Martha Lohr, Lumber- 
ton; Lois Long, Virgilina, Va.; Mary Moore Lovett, Asheboro; Carol Dean 
Lowery, Lowell; Mary Elizabeth Lynch, Mooresville; Shirley Lyon, Greensboro. 



Third Row: Eugenia McCarty, Wilmington; Mary McCullen, Clinton; Virginia 
McFarland, Goldsboro; Anne McGoogan, St. Pauls; Sarah Louise McGoogan, 
St. Pauls; Mary Elizabeth Mclnnis, Pleasant Garden; Jane Mcjunkins, Badin. 



Fourth Row: Betty McKnight, Morganton; Caroline McLean, Mebane; Eliza- 
beth McLeod, Rowland; Nina McLeod, Robbins; Betty Will McReynolds, 
Winston-Salem; Louise Madison, Webster; Nan Malloy, Laurinburg. 



Fifth Rou-: Nancy Maples, Rocky Mount; Faye Marshall, Winston-Salem; 
Hilda Marston, Scotland Neck; Sara Lou Masengill, Johnson City, Tenn.; Bar- 
bara Maughan, Durham; Martha May, Burlington; Martha Maynard, Winston- 
Salem. 



Sixth Row: Nancy Medford, Clyde; Martha Ann Medlin, Greensboro; Emily 
Micol, Valdese; B. Frances Miller, Winston-Salem; Doris Miller, Spencer; 
Kathryn Miller, Asheville; Patty Mills. Winston-Salem. 



Seventh Row: Joan Minton, Mayodan; Gloria Monk, Winston-Salem; Carolyn 
Moon, Graham; Louise Mooney, Montreat; Eva Kate Moore, Hurdle Mills; 
Jane Moore, Ahoskie; Nancy Mae Moore, Greensboro. 



Eighth Row: Fay Morgan, Pinehurst; Joyce Morton, Raleigh; Dollie Moser, 
Greensboro; Jody Mundy, Morganton; Janice Murchison, Rocky Mount; 
Catherine Myrick, Fayetteville; Carolyn Neece, Elizabeth City. 



Not Pictured: Naomi McCluskey, Greensboro; Anne Pepper Neal, Swarthmore. 
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junior 

class 




First Row, left to right: Mildred Newitt, Charlotte; Sharon Newnam, Greens- 
boro; Jessie Gray Nichols, Efland; Sara Oden, Washington; Caroline Ogilvie, 
North Wilkesboro; Eugenia Okey, Graham; Virginia Oliver, Carthage. 



Second Row: Juda Owen, Lake Taxaway; Lucy Page, Andrews; Kathryn 
Parker, Clinton; Mary Lena Patterson, Morganton; Raedelle Patterson, White 
Plains; Ruth Henry Patterson, Charlotte; Ann Payne, Wilmington. 

Third Row: Mildred Pearson, Elizabeth City; Ethel Pendleton, Wilmington; 
Marjorie Perry, Lincolnton; Yvonne Peters, High Point; Nellie Grey Peterson, 
Clinton; Betty Jo Petrea, Kannapolis; Margaret Petrea, Salisbury. 



Fourth Row: Joan Pharr, Charlotte; Jean Phillips, Salisbury; Mildred Phillips, 
Hickory; Peggy Phillips, Southern Pines; Louise Pickard. Randleman; Peggy 
Sue Pickle, Lexington; Lou Ann Pillatt, Savannah, Ga. 



Fifth Row: Jeanne Pinner, Tabor City; Ann Carter Pollard. Winston-Salem; 
Elizabeth Poplin. Wilmington; Imogene Pons. Yaldese; Robbie Lee Potts, 
Clemmons; Joyce Powell, Charlotte; Ramona Powell, Entield. 



Sixth Row: Margaret Pressly, Arden; Anne Preston, Fayetteville; Ina Mae 
Price. Spindale; June Rainey, Salisbury; Betty Randall, Baltimore, Md.; 
Rodeeryn Rau, Winston-Salem; Ruth Rawlins, Greensboro. 



Seventh Row: Antoinette Reavis, Henderson; Lora Jean Reeves. Walnut; 
Mildred Rinehart. Clyde; Betsy Richardson, Elkin; Ellen Rickert. Statesville; 
Roberta Riesman, Chestnut Hill, Mass.; Joan Roberts, Leaksville. 



Eighth Row: Carol Rogers, Albemarle; Elizabeth Ross, Pleasant Garden; Vir- 
ginia (Jean) Rotha, Hendersonville; Nancy Rothrock, Thomasville; Anne 
Rouse, Dunn; Anne Russell, Winston-Salem; Everette Claire Sanderford, Cary. 



Not Pictured: Mary Jo Phillips, Rockingham; Jean Pinchback, Greensboro; 
Lucille Ragland, Greensboro. 



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junior 

class 




First Row, left to right: Susan Sanderson, Washington; Rachel Sarbaugh, Lum- 
berton; Jane Sarsfield. Charlotte; Jean Satterthwaite, Halifax; June Saunders, 
Draper; Marie Sawyer, Elizabeth City; Mary Scarborough, Hookerton. 



Second Row: Dorothy Seism, Shelby; Dorothy Ann Scott, Washington; Char- 
lotte Sedberry, Leaksville; Olive Ruth Sedgwick. Elizabeth City; Frances Shaw, 
Greensboro; Olive Ann Shaw, Richlands; Ellen Shepherd, Harwood, Md. 



Third Rote: Norma Sherrer. Asheville; Betty Jane Sherron, Fuquay Springs; 
Dorothy Shiver, Charlotte; Ann Shuford. Arden; Ellen Shuford, Hickory; 
Nancy Sides, Spencer; Elizabeth Siler, Asheville. 



Fourth Ron: Millicent Simon, Tabor City; Carolyn Simpson, Fayetteville; 
Ranee Singh, New Delhi, India; Marion Skinner, Lumberton; Frances Small, 
Tabor City; Elaine Smetana, Concord; Carolyn Smith, Andrews. 



Fifth Row: Frances Smith, Roaring Gap; Jane Kirkman Smith, Greensboro; 
Janie Smith, Pikeville; Lillian Smith, Lake Waccamaw; Nancy Page Smith, 
Greensboro; Sally Anne Smith, Walnut Cove; Shirley Smith, Kernersville. 



Sixth Row: Ann Snead, Charlotte; Priscilla Snider, Springfield, Mass.; Mary 
Sorrentino, Bronx, N. Y.; Jane Spencer. Rocky Mount; Carolyn Spinks, Ruther- 
ford College; Jean Stamey, Perry Point, Md.; Hazel Steele, Greensboro. 



Seventh Row: Jean Stevens, Winston-Salem; Jeanne Straiton, Charlotte; Bobbie 
Strickland, Smithfield; Anne Sutton, La Grange; Margaret Sutton. Pageland. 
S. C; Rosemary Sweeney, Wilmington; Anne Taylor, Elon College. 



Eighth Row: Shirley Tegg. Norfolk, Va.; Charlene Thomas. High Point; 
Geraldine Thomas, Culberson; Nancy Thomas, Cameron; Ruth Tillman, 
Carthage; Mary Agnes Tola, Fayetteville; Marilyn Tolochko. Kinston. 



Not Pictured: Marguerite Senter, Pomona; Sophia Steffan, High Point: Frankie 
Palmer Todd, Charlotte. 



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junior 

class 



First Row, left to right: Mary Evelyn Trott, Lenoir; Betty Jean Troutman, Char- 
lotte; Jane Troy, Wilmington; Evangeline Tucker, Kernersville; Mary Alice 
Turner, Henderson; Sarah Patker Turner, Mt. Ulla; Carolyn Tweed, Walnut. 



Second Row: Adeline Tyson, Monroe; Ann Tyson, Roseboro; Ruth Under- 
wood, Greensboro; Virginia Van Dyke, Fayewell, Va.; Betty Lou Van Hook, 
Henderson; Frances Van Ness, Wilmington, Del.; Anne Venters, Trenton. 




Third Row: Patsy Anne Wagoner, Greensboro; Dorothy Walton, Rockingham; 
Freda Ward, Salisbury; Mary Ann Ward, Goldsboro; Patricia Warren, Win- 
ston-Salem; Regena Waterman. Tampa. Fla.; Colista Weisner, Olin. 

Fourth Row: Ella Lee Wells. Wallace; Frances Wells, Hampstead; Joy Welsh, 
Monroe; Mary Jane Wessman, Wilson. Mary Jane Whisonant, Belmont; Joan 
White. York, Pa.; Pauline White, Greensboro. 

Fifth Row: Sara White, Cornelius; Miriam Whitley, Albemarle; Anne Whit- 
tington, Charlotte; Joann Wicker, Lumberton; Emily Williams, Siler City; 
Lynn Williams, Asheville; M. Catherine Williams, Winston-Salem. 

Sixth Row: Nancy Ruth Williams, Wilkesboro; Ann Elmore Williamson. 
Asheville; Mary Jo Willis, Lawndale; Yvonne Willoughby, Ahoskie; Alice 
Wilson, Thomasville; Elizabeth Wilson, Charlotte; Helen Elizabeth Wilson. 
Franklin. 



Seventh Row: Elizabeth Winheld, Washington; Kathrine Windley, Henderson; 
Dorothy Winters, Maxton; Nancy Witherspoon, Lexington; Edna Earle Wolfe, 
Mount Olive; Almetrice Wood, Wilson's Mills; Joan Wrenn, Springfield, Pa. 



Eighth Row: Sara Wyche, Henderson; Iris Young, Asheville; Jean Young, 
Princeton. 






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sophomore class song 

What is the best class at W. C. ? 
It is the class of '53; 
And like our colors, white and blue. 
We represent the good and true. 
What is the best class at W. C? 
It is the class of '53. 

Who has the spirit, stands for the right ? 
It is the girl in the blue and white. 
So give a cheer for our dear class; 
It is the one they can't surpass. 
What is the best class at W. C? 
It is the class of '53. 



sophomore class officers 

ROZELLE ROY ALL. President 
HARRIETT WHITMORE. Vice-President 
LDITH RAWLEV. Secretary 
LURA CLINGENPEEL. Treasurer 
MARY ANNA PECK. Cheerleader 



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First Row, left to right: Carolyn Abell, Ann Marie Abernathy, Carolyn Adams, 
Nancy Ader, Betty Ahem, Virginia Alexander, Winnifred Allen. Louise 
Almond. 

Second Run: Lois Anderson, Gelene Andrews, Je.m Andrews, Harriette An- 
thony, Frances Armstrong, Mary Arrowood, Daphne Avers, Mary John Bailey, 

Sara Lynn Bailey, Dorothy Haillie. 

Third Row: Gladys Baker, Mary Alice Ballew, Hetty Jo Banks, Virginia Bar 
bour, Mary Ann Barker, Betty Barnes, Yarboro Barnette, Anna Barnhill, Susan 
Batten, Mary Alice Batty, Elizabeth Baucom, Mary Jane Beam, Ruth Beam, 
Sally Beaver. 

Not Pictured: Mary Elizabeth Baugh. 



sophomore class of 1951 




First Row, left to right: Anna Beeson, Sheilia Bell, Ann M. Bennett, Ruta Berg- 
manis, Louise K. Beverly, Ann Blackwell, Christine Bland, Joan Blumberg. 

Second Row: Kathleen Bodenheimer, Ann Bondurant, Ethel Crawford Bonner. 
Dorothy R. Bowden, Joyce Bowen, Patsy Brinson, Brabston Brown, Jean Brown, 
Martha Brown, Margaret Bruton. 

Third Row: Beverly Bryant, Julia Bryant, Charlotte Ann Bryson, Hilda Bullard, 
Anne Bunn, Sylvia Bunting, Patsy Butler, Valinda Butler, Betsv Bynum, Mar- 
jorie Nell Cagle. 



Not Pictured: E. Ann Bennett, Betty Ann Bishop, Celeste Bishop, Betty Lee 
Blalock, Trilby Boerner, Louise Bonin, Blonnie Dale Bunn. 




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Fit U Ron . it ft to right: Kathryn ( ampbell, Barbara ( arden, Marj Sui Car] 
I'.iIik i.i ( arpenter, Anne Carrington, ( hristine Carroll, I lizabeth Carroll, Emily 
Carter. 

Sect nd Row: Greta ( ashion, Sue ( ausby, Dorothy Causey, Nelle ( handler, 
Audrey Check. Luta Chipley, Betty Sue Clark. Mildred Clark, Janice Clayton, 
Audra Jean Clinard, Lura Clingenpeel, Patsy Clodfelter, Betty Lee Cobb. 

Third Row: Olivia Coggins, Ann Cohoon, Emily Cole, Ann Collson, Annabel 
Colvard, Patricia Connolly. Mildred Cooper, Elizabeth Cornwell, Claire Cox, 
Margaret Cox, Piney R. Cox, Jane Cragan, Elizabeth Craig, Virginia Craig, Joan 
H. Crossley, Patricia Crowell. 

Not Pictured: Dot Call. 



sophomore class of 1951 




First Row, left to right: Margaret Crumpler, Mary Scott Daniel. Barbara 
Daniels, Ann Darlington, Bennette Daughtry, Doreen Davis, Doris Arnold 
Davis, Doris Nelle Davis. 

Second Row: Evelyn Ann Davis, M. Louise Davis. Peggie Deck, Jean Denny, 
Marshall DeShazo, Joan Deviney, Julia Ann Doggett, Patricia Donnell, Maria 
Eulalia Donoso, Charmian Dotson, Mary Dowtin. Annie Lee Dunn. 

Third Row: Hazel Duval, Barbara Dyhrberg. Mary Alice Elliott, Billie Jo 
Ervin, Altaree Estes, Phyllis Eure, Ann Falls, Mary Farmer. Ruth Farmer, 
Ramona Farrington, Katy Sue Farthing, Ann Ferre. Joyce Fishback. 

Not Pictured: Cenieth Elmore. Phyllis Flynt. 



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First Row, left to right: Jean Fogleman, Clare Forney, Ann Fostei Mar) 
Howard Franck, Bessie Freeman, Joanne Freeman, Katharine Freeman, Bobbie 
Fuller, 

Second Rou .Jane Fuller, Jo Ann Fuller, Margaret Fuguay, Rena Furlong, Janel 
Fyne, Mary Gaither, Doris Gantt, Lois Gardner, Marilyn Gardner, Lorna 
Garrett, Mary Gavin, Agnes Gee. 

Third Row: Shirley Gee, Lucile ('.ills. Sara Jane Glascock, Rebecca Class. 
Malissa Glenn, Peggy Glenn, Jacqueline Goodwin, Jo Elaine Goodwin, Jean 
Goudelock, Doris Graham, Ellen Gravely, Alma Greene, Elizabeth Green. 

Not Pictured: Rebecca Fondren, Margaret Fox, Martha Gaston, Nancy Gas on. 



sophomore class of 1951 




First Row. left to right: Betty Jean Gregg, Mary Jane Gresham, Margaret 
Griggs, Jean Grover, Sue Haley, Helen Hall, Gwendolyn Hamer, Helen Ham- 
mond. 

Second Row: Elizabeth Hundley. Trances Merrimon Harman, Patricia Harrel- 
son, Ann Harris, Faye Harris, Martha Harris, Mary Alice Harris. Anne Harri- 
son. Martha D. Harrison, Carolie Hatsell, Lucille Hassell, Selma Haydock- 
Wilson. 

Third Row: Patsy J- Haywood, Ann Heafner, Margaret Heck, Margaret Helms. 
Lois Herring, Ruth Herring, Dorothy Hicks. Hetty Clyde Hill, Elizabeth Hill, 
Rose Marie Holden. Geraldine Holland. 

Not Pictured: Carolyn Haden, Peggy Ann Hall. Angela Hamer. Annie Laura 
Harris, Patricia Hocker. 



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First Row, left to right: Jean Hollinger, Virginia Holloman, Catherine Holmes, 
Peggy Home, Ann Horner, Mary Grace Houser, Mary Carolyn Houston, Jane 
Howard, Jean S. Howard. 

Second Row: Jean \Y. Howard, Barbara Howell, Helen Howell, Mary Lou 
Howie. Barbara Hunt, Josephine Hunter, Sara Hunter, Ruth Idol, Montai 
Imbt. Ophelia Ingold, Nellie W. Key, Joan Jacobi, Sally James. 

Third Roic: Peggy Jernigan, Martha Jane Johnson, Mary Elizabeth Johnson. 
Mary Lou Johnson, Madeline Johnston, Barbara Jones, Mabel Jones, Shirley 
Jones, Dolores Joseph. Arlene Joyner, Margaret Anderson, Mary Garland 
Brumley, Caroline Crews, Mary Anne Dudley. 

Not Pictured: Phyllis Hoist, Frances Huss, Patricia Jansen, Cherie Jantz. 



sophomore class of 1951 




First Row. left to right: Carolyn Junker, Sylvia Kanter, Miriam Kaplan. Georgia 
Katsikas, Patricia Kaufman, Phyllis Keese, Gwendolyn Keller, Mary Joe Kelley, 
Dorothy Kendall. 

Second Row: Dorothy Kerner, Marion Kimmelstiel, Betty Ann Kirby, Evelyn 
Kirby, Pearl Kornegay, Katherine Koster, Ruth Kyles, Anna Kyzer. Janet Sue 
Langley, Miriam Lassiter, Peggy Ann Lawing, Margaret Layton, Pattie Leach. 

Third Row: Barbara Ledford. Elizabeth Lee, Carolyn Leibler, Doris Lewis, Lou 
Ann Lewis. Geneva Lineberger, Barbara Little, Elizabeth Little, Celia Lively, 
Jean Ann Livengood, Jean Lohr, Louise Long. Dorothy Allen. Sue Ellen Baxter, 
Barbara Beckner, Merle Buie. Sarah Ann Butts. 



Not Pictured: Joyce Lewis. Margaret Lewis. 



First Row, left to right: Dorothy Lowenstein, Barbara Lowmiller, Sara Lucas, 
Patricia McBarron, Pauline McDuffie, Patricia McGougan Maxim Mclnnis 
[Catherine Mi Intyre. 

Second Row: Lois Mclver, Barbara McKeithan, Barbara McKinney, Billie J. 

Mi Kinney, Sarah Jane McLean, Janet MacPhail, Jean McPherson, Catherine 

MaiRac. Marion Machesncy, Ann Carol Mann. Patricia Anne Markas, Louise 
Marks. 

Third Row: Joanne Martin, Patricia Martin. Ruth Martin, Susan Martin, Pauline 
Mauney, Peggy Anne Mauney, Mary Carolyn Meeker, Elizabeth Melching, 
Janet Menzel, Sammie Mercer, Carol Miller, Carolyn Miller, Carolyn Mills. 

Not Pictured: Carolyn Mclntyre, Edna McManus. 



sophomore class of 1951 




First Row, left to right: Margie Ann Mitchell, Mary Frances Mitchell, Mary 
Louise Mitchell, Mary Norma Montague, Maurine Montgomery, Lydia Moody, 
Elizabeth Mooney, Marie Moose, Edna Morgan. 

Second Row: Laura Morgan, Peggy Morgan, Anna Mormino, Sue Brevard 
Morris, Dorothy Ann Morrison, Charlotte Moscovitz, Mary Jane Mosteller. 
Marlene Muller, Carolyn Murray, Jean Murray, Martha Myers, Evelyn Nance. 

Third Row: Lois Nelson, Martha Ann Nesbitt, Sarah Martha Newton, Malinda 
Nichols, Sue Nichols, Wynne Norman. Carolyn R. O'Brien, Betty Lea Oldham. 
Geneverette Oldham. Billie Oliver, Kathryn Oliver, Ann Osborne, Edna Otter- 
bourg, Lou Outen. 

Not Pictured: Anne Morrison. Norma \Y. Norman. Caroline Ogilvie. 



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First Row, left to right: Isabel Outlaw, Patricia Owen, Julie Packer, Su< Pag 
Annette Parker, Barbara Parker, Inerjane Parnell, Jean Paschal. 

SecondRow: Barbara Pasour, Patricia Pasour, I rnestine Pate, Mary Anna Peck, 
Betty Jean Pegram, Anne Pepper, ( arol Perry, Ellen Perry, Leah Petree, Eliza 
beth Phillips, Joan Phillips, Alice hit- 

Third Row: Ann Plott, Jane Plyler, Betty Ann Pope, Nancy Potter, Jean Potts, 
Edith Powell. Charlotte Preas, Carolyn Preble, Jean Presnell, Kathryn Pritchett, 
Nancy Lee Pritchett, Virginia Lee Pruitt, Cathryn Puckett. 

Not Pictured: Arline Palmer, Marjorie Perry, Yvonne Peters. 



sophomore class of 195 




First Row, left to right: Jean Raines, Edith Rawley, Roberta Ray, Lorena 
Reames, Anne Reams, Margaret Reavis, Jane Redwine, Marie Richardson. 

Second Row: Jeanne Rigby, Tomasene Ring, Nancy Ripple, Rachel Roberts. 
Josephine Robertson, Barbara Robin, Marilyn Robinette, Mary Elizabeth Rogers. 
M. Jean Rollins. Margaret Romefelt. 

Third Row: Joan Rosen, Louisa Roth, Rozelle Royall, Mary Elizabeth Sampson. 
Ellen Seligson, Ruthie Sevier, Laura Sexton, Mildred Shackelford. Peggy 
Shackelford, Emily Shaffner, Harriett Shain. 



Not Pictured : Rebecca Rhyne, Barbara Ann Rogers. Lois Rosecrans, Saleta 
Scobey. 




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First Row, left to right: Ruth Sanderson, Jean Sharp, Polly Sharpe, Andre) 
Shellman, Elizabeth Shelton, Joyce Sherrill, Kathryn Shields, Peggy Ann Shol 
well, Marion Sifford, 

Second Row: Nancy Simpson, Martha Sisk, Catherine Sitterson, Jeanne Slcees, 
Mary Frances Skidmore, Doris Smith, Gloria Smith, Juanita Smith, Mar) I liza 
beth Smith, Nancy Jo Smith, Norma Smith. 

Third Rou : Dorothy Snider, Catherine Solomon, Zita Spector, Barbara Stacy, 
Marianne Stanley, Ruth Starr, Susan Stearns, Edna Stephens, Jean Stephens, 
Janet Lila Stern, Elizabeth Stimson, Carol Stockard, Juanita Stokes. 

Not Pictured: Carole Shean, Sue Shugart, Virginia Spake. 



sophomore class of 195 




First Row, left to right: Janet Leona Stern, Emily Stone, Jane Strelitz, Annette 
Strickland. Anne Stroud, Betty Styers, Ruth Suessmuth, Billie Suitt, Ruth Ann 
Sullivan. 

Second Roir: Oveda Summerlin, Paula Sutton, Katherine Swanson, Carolyn 
Swindell, Jean Sykes, Jeannette Sykes, Fay Sylvester. Lady Talton, Jean Tandy. 
Peggy Tate, Pauline Tatum. 

Third Row: Barbara May Taylor, Frances J. Taylor, Ruby Taylor. Mary Eliza- 
beth Teague, Patricia Tesh, Jean Thacker, Jane \\". Thomas, Lorene Thomas, 
Marilyn Thomas, Betty Jane Thompson, M. Frances Thompson. Jane Long 
Thompson, Barbara Tilley, Colleen Crenshaw. 



Not Pictured: Charlene Thomas, Bertha Tilley. 




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First Row, left to right: Marjorie Tilson, Ik-tin.- Townsend, Janel Trembath, 
Dentin Tribble, Carolyn Jean Truett, Ann Turner, Shirley Helen, Sally Under- 
wood. 

Second Row: Lea Upchurch, Margie Vander Schalie, Barbara Veach, Earlene 
Vestal, Anne Voorhis, Nellie Waddell, Harriet! Wade, ( arolyn Walters Bar- 
bara Walton. M. Anne- Ward, Cora Lee Warren. 

Third Row: Frances Warren, Mary Anne Weatherly, Eleanor Weber, Rebekah 
Welborn, Barbara Wells, Mane Werner, Jacqueline Wheeler, Ruth Wheeler. 
Margaret Whisenhunt, Dolores White, Emma Lou White. 

Not Pictured: Beatrice Vida, Joan Whelpley. 



sophomore class of 195 




First Ron: left to right: Mildred White, Virginia White, Shirley Whitford, 
Harriett Whitmore, Mary Wilkinson, Dorothy Williams, Jean Williams, Jo 
Ann Williams. 

Second Row: Barbara Wilson, Mary Louise Wilson, Helen Wimbish. Miriam 
G. Winterling, Sylvia Wiseman, Ann Woodall, Mary Woodward, Dorothy 
Jean Woody, Elizabeth Ray Wrenn. 

Third Row: Sarah E. Wright, Mae Yarbrough, Nancy Yelverton, Alice Mae 
Young, Diane Young, Joyce Young, Ann Zappa, Jeanette Zimmerman. Jo Ann 
Zimmerman, Helen H. Hawfield. 



Not Pictured: Ann Elmore Williamson. S. Ann Williamson. (Catherine Windley, 
Marjorie Jo Womack, Jean Wray. 



freshman class . . . 1951 








freshman class song 

Our colors are the green and white; 

Our goal is higher knowledge. 

We came to learn, will leave to spread 

The fame of Woman's College. 

For we're the Class of '54, 

And all through our days, 

Thy name we'll cherish evermore 

And always sing thy praise. 

Our ideals and our deeds will speed us 
On through Woman's College. 
Our motto will forever lead us: 
"Character through knowledge.'' 
Our alma mater we adore; 
To her we'll stand true. 
Our classmates we shall ne'er forget 
As friends we make anew. 

Chorus 

Oh, rah, rah, ye Freshmen, we'll always be 

So proud of our class, and so glad to know that w e 

Will never forget our love and loyalty 

To our Woman's College: Hail to Thee! 



freshman class officers 

EMILY BUTNER, President 

PATRICIA THOMAS. I 'ice-President 

ELINOR WRENN, Secreta, ) 

ANN HARTZOG. Cheerleader 

MARY CATHERINE MYERS. Treasurer (Not Pictured) 



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Firtt Roto, /■ ft I" 111,1,1. Frances Maye Allred, Pal Alphin, Fleta Joyce Bateman, Melba Beck, Mary Christine Be3s!ei Noel 
Phyllis BIrkby, Pauline Estelle Breanahan, Ada Jo Boren, Elizabeth Stuarl Brewer, Ann,- Marie Burnie. • Second Row: Dona 
Jean Capps, Dorothy Jean Church, Virginia Marie Clough, Rose Mary Courie, Bertie Jean Culp, Mary Ann Cross, Frances 
Beatrice Crouch, Elizabeth Faye Dail, Peggy Mario Daughtridge, H.-tty Joann Davenport, Joanna Doggett. • rftird Ron 
Bettj Susan Draughon, Alma Louise Easterling, Peggy Jean Edmondson, Sara Jane Bldred, Patsy Ann Ellinger, Betty Frances 
Etchison, Ellen Farmer, Julia Bynum Finch, Ruth Hanes Friddle, Mildred Lowe Fuller. F.ve Co-Merman. • Fourth Row; 
Freddie Greene, Lena Margaret Griffin, Nell (aniline Griffin, Virginia Johnson Harris. Julia Ann Hedgepath, Catherine 
Patricia Heinsberger, Shirley Leona Henkel, Mary Louise Hill. Nancy .lean Hill. Peggy Anne Hill. Valerie Gay Hobbis. 
Rebecca .lane Hodges, Jessie Leigh Holloman. • Fifth Row: Sara Joanne II. .It. Doroth] \nn Hoots, Hetty line Unwell. Willie 
Green Hughes. Avis Lucille Irvln, Frances Earle Jackson, Anne Walker Johnson, Rocalle Johnson, Wills Belle Johnson. 
• Not Pictured: Mary Elizabeth Alspaugb, Jean Ayers, Gladys Durango Broadway. Christine Elizabeth Hark. Man Helen 
Cooper, Minerva Jane Kunze. 



bailey hall 



First Row, left to right Shirley Ann Lacy. Nancy Carolyn l.ainhetl.. Rein a Anne Lane. Kli/ahetl. Adeline Lenhardt. Dorothy 

Delle Lysscomb, Geraldean Long, .lane Graj McDuffie, Connie Nell M.l.ain. Phyllis McLean, Emily Gregg McLees, Lois 
Blaine Magnuson. • Second /.•..« Susie Ann Marshall. Frances Ramona Martin. Patricia Gay Matlock, Jane Boland May. 
Marianne Elizabeth May. Joretta .lane Michael. Sarah Evelyn Mills. Peggy Jo Mitchell, Leila Privet! M....re. Martha Moore, 
Gertrude Barnes Myers. S\ hv Marie Oglesby. • Third Row: Nancy (lark.- Paschal, Irene Taylor Peck, Nancy Anne Perryman, 
Nancy Regina Petree, Clara Faye Pugh, Marie Anne Gloria Rattlade, Sara Catherine Reynolds, Sandra Stevens Roberts, Ann 
Robertson, Catherine Ann Robinson, Elizabeth Randolph Robinson. Brona Jean Rollins. • Fourth />•..»-. Betsi Rowland. 
Bettj Inn Saunders, Barbara Jean Setzler. Alice Faye Smith. Ashlyn Cardwell Spencer, Bobbj \nn Stallings, ViU\ Lee 
Stanlield. Betty Louise Templeton, Doris .lean Thomas, Frances Thompson, Jeannette (.ail T.nis.-y. • Fifth Row: Esther 
Mae Ward. Doris June Waugh, Marie Wl.itaker. Barbara .lane Whitney. Margaret Anne Willis. Katherine (Idell Wilson. 
Maiiau liudd Wilson. Billie .1.. Works. • .Vol Pictured Susan McClosky, Barbara Ann Mitchell, Joyce Evangeline Nelson, 
Mary Frazier Paul, Adele Elizabeth Poteat. S i Marie Smilei tarn.. a Laura Sprinkle. 





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*rv 




3 



Barrett, Susanna Barbee, Gertrude Jewell Baas. • Second Bov Joyce Baas, Margaret Sue Bell, TMria Lout Bene 

garel Inne Benfleld. Margaret Mi/ahcth inn, .1,, tun Black, Elizabeth \ Boat, Norma French Bramlett, Man 

Byrd, Freda Ellen chirk. • Third /.'"»', Dottie Lou Collins, Margaret 1 ouise 1 rawford, Freda 1 ee Daniel, Denlse 
de Gardeln, Man Jane DeViney, Helen Rbyne Diete, Barbara I Dixon, Harriet Rosalind Dolln, Frieda ti 

mi Bennett Edwards, Betty Wheeler Evans. • FourtA Row: Bouneva Farlowe, Patay Ruth Flnley. Phyllis Delia 
Rebecca Anne Freeman, Maude Florence Gatewood. Man Nell Gleason, Patrida Louise Costing, Nancj « 

11 Ilnffan. I.aliue Hose Mill. • Filtti l;>>>r : Malign W. Jaekson, (ieiinifer Johnson. Shirley Johnson. Jane Parks Jordan. 

rustice, (allelic Kanecr. Katherine Keller, Sue Koenlg. • Vol /■„< / Eleanor Sue Wen, Llbbj Ruth Almond. 

Ice Barrow, Miriam Louise Bowen, Barbara Ann Bragg, Ruth Elizabeth Brown, Doris Ann Clemroer, Dorothea 

litis. Klla Marie Cnvil. [Ioroth\ Fnye Fisher. Aliee Carolyn Flynt. \ane\ Hartiara (iillicrt. Man Anne Keever, NanC] 



freshmen 
1951 



coit hall 



<l Bout, left t>i right: Katherine l.ee. .Iain leplex. \ -\ Carolyn Lewis. Anne F.liz.-ihcth l.inville. tmir Livingstone, 

erl] Ann Lonon, Janctte Lovette, .loan Dian Luria, Betty Jean McFarland. Pegg] Vnn McGowan. • 8ecmd Row: Mary 
n-e McRainey. Barbara Jean Mallard, Willie Ruth Mangum, Aliee Millwood, Clara Elizabeth Morris, i.ila Marie Mu.lrc. 
\ Catherine Myers. Nancy Gene Norriss, Polly Aim Pelts, Winifred Perkins. Man Ann Raney. • Tlunl Row: I.ora l.ee 
ves. Elizabeth Joyce Redding, Patsj Ruth Rhodes. Harriet Kli/al.eth Ktihins,,,,. Vnne (lair.- Rothgeb. Marjorle Louise 
roeder, (o-rrill Susan Schukraft, Reheeea Seawell. Carol Robin Seltzer. Nancy Shankle, Gillie Itar-t Shaw, .lean Moore 
pard. • FourfA /.•"»■ Helen Shewmake, Kthel l-.unne Sillinian. Frances B. Smith. Betty Jean Sonters, Bett 

1 Morris Stanlev. Gladys Ann Slntts. Margaret Irene Sublett. F.velyn Irelta Sul-l's. Linda II pson, Elizabeth Ann Tinder. 

y Trepke. • r,<u, //..„■ i.ydin Camilla Turner. Gladys Walling, rheresa Ward, PatUe Weaver. Devilla William-, 
n Williamson, Scottie Sue Withers. • Not Pictured: Janel McMahon. Vl.-le Hannah Mom-. Nan Schlelsner. Frances 
1 Sheurer, Sallie Little Thigpen. Mars l.ee Thor 11. Phyllis I .-.■ h.iun Mildred .lean Walker. Bett) Ann Warren. 



Finn 



(■Si' 'S^ 





Fir»t Row, left u, right. Anabel Adams, Mary Frances AUsbrook, Joan Marie Vnthony, Mice Jeannette Baker. Anne Barber, 
Ti.inune Kliziiheth Barker. Nan. \ I >n<ll.-\ 1Umim.ii. .lean Elizabeth Blackburn. Cr« Georgia Hla.kiiM.n-. Patricia Anne Bla- 
lock, Barbara Ann.' Boozer, Martha Jane Bouldin. • Second Bow: Emily Robbins Bowen, Marilyn Brannon, Catherine Bland 
Brown, Sumaleigh Bn.vwi. Winifred Ann Cates, Nancy Dail Claridge, Jo Ann Collier, Elizabeth Anne dun. ill. Frame- \ 1m. m 
Crowe, Johanne Mam- Curran, Lorraine Helen Decker, Norma Bruce Dickey, Frances Bernice Evans. • Third Sow: Elynor 
.lean Fishel, Ann Folger, Audrej Ann Francis, Barbara Anne Fulton, Laura Anne Gale, Clelia Garrison, Sue Garvey, Caro- 
line Myers Goforth. Anne Louise Graham, June Carol Greene. Frances Elizabeth Grey. Winnifred Gunnerson. • Fourth 
Ron Louise Anzalette Ham. Barbara Ann Harris. Dolores Ann Hartzog, Evelyn Smith Hasty, Nancy Ann Head. Mary 
Elizabeth Herring, Ashlej Ann II. .Hand. Nancy Larue Holton, Mary (Irr Honeycutt, Jacqueline Annette Isenbour, Clara 
Grace Jones Doris I hristine Jones. • Fifth Roto: Peggy Ann Jordan, Alice Eugenia Joyner, Joan Salomesia Kazalski, 
Barbara Se.itt Keariis. Corinnc Lee Lambeth, Sally Catherine Lainons, Barbara Cutbhert l.a-hley. Martha Louise Lashley, 
I. la Lee l.auek. • .V..I I'irturvil: Diane Davis. Shirley Paulding Grillith. l'riseilla .lenninirs Harris*. Sarah Frances Harrison. 



cotten hall 



First Row, U " <-• right I 

Mary B. eti Little, Man 

Olivia Anne Meirilnan. Dia 
Sarah Gertrude Page, Pegg 
Patricia Plaster, Norene P 
Man Frances Ruggles, Pel 
Anne Simington, Dorothy .1 
Styron, Helen Lois Swarin§ 
Thrash, Anne Wiggins Tole 
.lean Welch Elizabeth Brow 
F.liiiur Lucy Wrenn, Ann \ 
Maxine MJchalove Man \ 
Whitener. 



me Kemsin Malti-on. Sus.mnc Kn.ipp Mattis.tn. Margaret Miller Maxwell, 

rlotte Murphy. • Second /.•••"• Nancy Anne Neill. Georgia Kllen N las. 

i-tb ('..Bins Peter Lillian Granger Phillips. Kmnia Belle Piekett. Daphne 

hi-, .ban Ellen H.i-mii Eleanor Rights, Katherine Royster. • Third Bow: 

lyi Fishel Schon Bol Jean Shore. Margaret Anne Shore, Shirley 

. . Steppe Mar] ^nne Strange, Margaret Louise Strother, Carolyn Louise 

Jo D.-. 5wlng. Kathleen rh.unas, Shirley Anne Thornton, Mary George 

ger, Innis Brirtingham Trout, Barbara Dolores Walter. Ann Warner, Pegg] 
a- Wofford. • Fifth Row Katharine Camilla Woodley. Barbara Ann Woolard, 
e Lou young. • Vol Pictured. Sarah .lane Malone, Betty Martin. Rose 
.lb Parker Frances Anne lt..i..-n-,.n. Sylvia Minnette Sacks, Marian Miller 






freshmen 
1951 



Anne Barnliarilt. Marijennie Han in-ri , r<—:;\ I. i/ it., in II.-' I". 

Boger. Amelia Anne Brandon. • Second /.'..«• Dais) .1 Hunk'. 

Browne, Peggj Joyce Bunton, I. in. la Joyce Carroll. Jane Uleen I 

Richardson Collins, Margaret Joyce Conner, Margarel Ruth (' a. 

Erne3ta Crabtree, Nellie Emily Daughtridge, Marj Katherlne Dai 
Belle Edwards, Nancj Carter Edwards, Sue Carolyn Egerton, N< 



lakely. Dorothy Anne Bluett, Mi 

Pi in.'.-. Jo) Brown. Betsy Rom 
Grej Cartwright, Helen Mozelle Cllnard. Made 
;.■... Beverlj Gayle, Jo Inne Correil, Patricia 

Jean Davis, Rebekah II. .1.1.1 Dlrickson, Ja 

Elizabeth Ensley, Mar) Ellen Parlow, Nancj 



Feteer. • Fmirtl, /:..»'. r..-ral.lin.- fi.li, Man Karlinc (ill .lain,- la-iu-li I...I.I.I,-, Mar. la Lois LiKlshalk, Jean Man, 

Carolyn Louise Hat!..". Virginia Jane Harris, Wylma RuUi Hawkins, Rebecca Lee HlmpblU, Barbara Aim Mm.-, Gwendolyn 
Dris HiHlKt-s. Annie Margaret Holler, Rachel Klin. Holcomb. • h'liu, 1:,.,, Elizabeth Ann II.. Man. 1. Helen Wrenn Hood. 
Rubj 1. a... it.- Houser, Mary Patricia Huir Mas Josephine Ipock, Bettj Mm Jarvls, Peggj Harpei Kenned] 

Karolyn Kipka. • Not Pictured: Evelyn Ruth Dixon, Marsarct Josephine IIumI.t. Helen Blanche Hut. I. ins. Mabel Kliz.i 



gray hall 



Fint 
Messe 



Row, l<it tn right 

McKay, Carol Joa 

-, Rheta Madeline 

s. Iva Lee Nichols, Julia Bow 

Phelps, Pattie Nora Phillips. Ai 



llertha Isma llumuth. Carolyn Nell Knouts. Cornelia 1 as.iter. Patricia Anne I.alta. Ami Letter, 
le McKinney, Betty Can.hii M.-Sw.iin. Ktta Rose Mann. Rebecca Lyle Mason, Marion Prances 
icol. • Svr.,,1,1 Bow: I'alri.ia l.ini Miller. Stella Ruth Mizell, Hazel Kathryn Moore, Oaudlne 

Beverly Heath Parker, .loan Puller Parker, Arlene Boyd Par Jean 

•oii.l.'i. Kniii Powell, Man Elizabeth Price. • Ti.1,,1 1:..,, Faith Puriach, 



IVayne Reynolds. Norma Jean Roberts, i.c.nl Dean K 11 — «-ll. Man tnderson Russell, I. la .lean Sandlin. 
. Patsj Alyce Sherrill, Nell Catherine Sigmon, .1.. Inn Sledge. Jo Ann Smith. Lou Ella Smith. Marilyn 
• Fourth Row: Peggy Jo Stroud. Gloria \im Stroupe, Marlon Brock Sutton. Janet Woodl) raylor, Martha Jat 

1 Areme Thomas, Tlielma Lee Thompson. Edith W in. in I r ..-j.. 1 Mary Lane Tucker, Anne Rea.le Urns 

troupe Upchurch, Nancy Vinnie Vami. J.. Anne Waddell, Nancj Alexander Walker. • ynti, /.■„„ Rett) .1, 
1 Jean Werner. Is.ibelle White. Man Jane Whitley, Jo \im Williams, taiii'vn Gail Winterling, Elizabeth j 
Faj Wooten. • Not Pictured Elizabetli Love. 



1 ...a Mae 








^ 4PjpK 



%zm 






. >■ 






' 



First Sow, left to 
man. Rosa Bernstej 
• — >nd Row: Doi 
Coon, Beth Copenb 
Voe, Betty Dunlap. 
(iastineau. fat lira) 



Bennett, Murielle Joyce Benton, Suzanne Ber- 
Cyntbia Bolton. Florence Bowden, Peggj Unit 
\<v Cohen. Fvelyn Joyce Cook, Janet Cook. Jean 
larietta Deutsch. • Third Sow: Christina De 
Farah. Joanne Floyd. Marian Fortune, Grace 
tel, Betty Jo Hill, Louise Hill, Dot Hood. Joanne 
Ise Kelly, Betty Lou Kennedy. • Fifth Boo 

irn. Barbara Lewis, Joan Lightdale. • Yof 

is, Arm Hoot-. Marilyn Kertzman. 



Jamison hall 



Firs* Bow, '■ ft to right . 


'airieia Long, Jeanne McGuffin, Barbara M< 


Nora Mae Mills, LUCJ \ 


tchell, Myrna Moffltt, Alyce Morse, Nell Ms 


erine Newlin. Lou News 


rue. .lolclie Norman. Betty Anne Sunn. IV. 


Pasour, Joan Pe ger, 


Carolyn Phillips, Jane Phipps. • FAird fii 


lotte Robinson, Pegg] R 


lyall, Jan Sessions. Marilyn Sharp, Mary F 


Jeanette Snyder. • Foil 


ii, Sow Karlyn Spear, Faye stone. Reid S 


II as. Andre Ihonil 


son. Peggy Toney, Sara Walker, Jean Wat 


West, Bettj Wilile. Jo 


\nire Wier. Catherine Williams. Eloise Wi 


Pictured Anne Mauldin 


Margaret Stamey, Lois Turner. Becky Whi 



Maekey. Billie Masters, 
ids. jane Nelson, I .Hi 
uin Parkinson, Carolyn 

e, Polly Roberts, Cliar- 

Shuford, Carolyn Smith. 

Lou Teague, Frances 

Fifth Sow Bettj Graj 





<fa?"*W$w 




w-«cr. 



VfrT " 




First Row, left la right; Bobbie Faye Allen, Barbara Ann Auer, Miriam \u-k. i <,.■■■ !;,._■ ■ .. r. Diane 

Laura Berg, \nn Bevan, Carolyn Blrgel, Jane Blake, Ann,- Borow, Lenna Vnne Bowden. • Second Row Blrmali Bowman. 
Bett] Brewer. Man Ann [hilt. Barbara Ann Brown, Lola Cauble Brown, Slieba Marem- Hry-on. R,„.a Ruck, Hart,. it:, .lean 
Milliard. Louise Bumgardner, Margaret C. Hureh. .Invro Elaine Burnett. Emily .(t-an Ihjtner. Sarali .Ian,- Carpenter. • Th\nl 
Bom Frances Carroll, Jessie Carol Carter, Margaret Cates, Alice i lark, Elizabeth Jean Cole, Helen Coley. Catherine Fai 
Conn, Barbara Cornelius, Norma Jan,- Cumby, Nora l>a\i-, Ruth Davis. • Fourth Rou Barbara Dabyne, Patricia Durham, 

Louise Baker, Amu- Bidson, Bettj Lee Brstting, Rosemond Farah Patricia Nan Farrell. Nanc) I Faust • Not i 

Ewanna Becks Castanas, Joyce Sybil Cohen, Helen Joyce Duncan. 



freshmen 
951 



kirkland hall 



First Row, left to rit/ltt : Anno Scott Furd, Beatrice Elaine I i.u.t .i,,\nn i,ih».,n. Doris \nn Godbey. Evelyn Virginia 

Goldburg, Julia Carole Gray, Man Alice Griffin, Annie Grisson, Frances Harris, Mildred Joan Hartioge. • S ■/ Row: 

Dorothy Hathaway. Anoush Harulunian, Nancy Haynes, Mary Jean Heafner, Frances Faye Henderson, Frankie Herman. 

\lai\ \niie Hood. Bobbie Kirkley. Julia Ann Knott, Joan Clementine Layman. Elsie Nancy Lotnax. • Tluril /.'.or. Jeanhe 
Martin. Mary Ella Martin, .lean Carroll Mills. Sybil Virginia Morgan. Virginia Morrison, Mary Keen Oliver, Miriam Pickett, 
Man Johann I'osta, Funny Elizabeth Putnam, Mildred Arm Robin-. Dorothj Ann Rose. • Fourth Row: Catherine Seibert 
Mary Anne Silencer. Margretta Thompson, Farida Toomay, Nancy Lee Wallace, Ann.- Welch, .lo\ Whlsonant. • Not Pictured 
Peggj Christine Green, .loan Rena Hamilton, Katbryn Hyatt, .lean Kloss, Christine Beckj Mum- Sybil Virginia Ward, 






■£ 



k 




P*j£m 



S^w 




>• 




First Itmi; lift In liijlil: Elizabeth Anne Allied. Nanc\ ('. H.i Hi niri'i . Mr-. Tninmye K. C. Rlnrk. Inn 1 .tin Bradley. Audrey 
Iti.nh K nl >>' Jewel Brown, Dorothy Anne Buchanan, June Ccyette rnllioun. Dorothy Louise Causey. Lucy Finch Cheek. 
Marj Catherine Clymer, Beverly Anne Cowman. • Second /.'..« Clara Margaret Craig, Anne Victory Day. Julia Elizabeth 
De-kin-, Mrs. Edna Lee Dickerson. Nancy Ann Faires, Pegg] Inn Hall, Alice Hardin. Jo Ann Hendrix. Anne Hill. Doris 
Helene Hill, Nancy Lee Hudson. Clara Cray Hunt. • Tliiril Rmr: Mildred Cornelia Joyce. Georgia Katsikas. Barbara Rae 
Kent. Patsy Lea Leach, Shirley Elizabeth Leonard, Nellie Gray Levens. 



town students 



First Row, left In light: Margaret Lewis. June France- Loin.-. I'atnua .1 M<<lii-kc\. l'attie Lee McDa 
McKoin. Patricia Jo McMahan, Edna McManus, Elizabeth Helena Maeuire. Dorothj Mae Mitchell, Yin 
Paschal, Patricia Pinyan, Janet Pauline Price. • Second How: Margaret M. Pritchett, Lois Rosecrans. 
Carmen Saleeb) Joarni Scott, Marianne Stanley. Ruth Starr, Norma Joan Stewart, Edith Anne Stone, I 
Betty Jane Thompson, Bertha Tilley. • Third Sow: Jean LaVerne Tribble. Ann Rivers Tripp, Carolyi 

Horn, I)., rutin l'earl U'e-1, Carole William-. Sarah Kli/aheth Wright. Helen X. Plunkctt. 








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commercial class. ..1951 





commercial class song 



All hail, hail to W. C, 
We the Commercials sing. 
We'll honor and love thee. 
Even through eternity. 

Well cherish the memories 
Of all you hold dear. 
And carry your standards 
Down through the years. 

All hail, hail to W. C, 
We the commercials sing. 
We pledge to thee always 
Love and loyalty. 



commercial class officers 



LOIS HOLTON, President 
JOYCE LYNCH, Vice-President 
FRANCES GREENE, Secretary 
DOROTHY SAFRIT, Cheerleader 
JEAN PULLEN, Treasurer 



Page 147 



commercial class 




First Row, left to right: Molly Ledbetter Adams, Helen Jean Armfield, Mary 
Lee Arthur, Nancy Lane Atkins, Jean Warren Auten, Delia Estelle Baker, 
Helen Lorece Barber, Ruth Carolyn Barber, Betsy Irvan Bennett. 

Second Row: Ruth Benson, Bennie Drusilla Bolick, Barbara Constance 
Bounous, Molly Bowers, Audrey Brady, Ruby Jewel Brown. Joannah Burgin, 
Nancy Burris, Martha Marie Butler, Mary Louise Byram, Margaret Ann Bvrd. 
Iona Marguerite Campbell. 

Third Row: Beverly Anne Canady, Lois Evelyn Cavanaugh, Bette Ward 
Clarke, Cynthia Ann Clement, Mary Catherine Clymer, Patricia Cook. Mar- 
garet Grace Covington, Jessie Cox, Joanne Cox, Jo Anne Craven, Joan Lee 
Cross, Neva Willis Dail, Anne Day, Jennie Parsons Dockery, Nancy Earle. 

Not Pictured: Nancy Bartholomew. 




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of 1951 





First Row, left to right: Patricia Ann Edwards, Stacy English, Jean Carolyn 
Evans, Kay Everett, Margaret Earlene Everitt, Nancy Ann Faires. Barbara 
Delores Floyd, Mary Sue Freeman, Peggy Jean Gales. 

Second Row: Sara Jo Garrison, Frances Louise Greene, Nancy Lee Greene, 

Betsey Jean Guin, Joan Corrinne Hall. Alice Rose Harbison. Alice Hardin. 
Rena Pauline Hastings, Frances Helen Hendren. Mary Frances Hiatt. M.irv 
Beth Hobbs, Barbara Holloway. 

Third Row: Lois Ellen Holton, Phyllis Honeycutt. Janet Marlin Hoover. 
Nancy Lee Hudson. Ruth Hutchins, Mildred C. Joyce, Barbara Kent. Ruth 
Iris Knight, Dorothy Jane Layne, Anne Rogers Lee. Kay Frances Lee. 



Not Pictured: M. Burton Grogan, Georgianna Hundley, Mary Flame Jenkins. 
Martha Jo Harrill. 



Page 149 



commercial class 




First Row. left to right: Barbara Ellen Lewis, Martha Jo Little, Sherry Long, 
Joyce A. Lynch, Nancy E. McAlister, Pattie L. McDaniel, Elizabeth A. 
McKoin, Betty Lou Marsh, Beverly A. Matthews. 

Second Row: Elaine Measamer, Barbara Ann Medford, Julia Ann Melchor, 
Altha Conn Mitchell, Dorothy Mae Mitchell, Mary Emily Mohler, Peggy 
Montgomery, Jennie Murphy, Anne Overby, Barbara Patchel, Martha R. 
Payne, Patricia Petree. 

Third Row: Mildred Ponder, Marie Poteat, Jean Pullen, Dorothy Rector, 
Jackie Roberts, Betty Sue Rogers, Lela Jean Ross, Dorothy Davis Safrit, Car- 
men Saleeby, Julia Faye Scott, Gladys Sebastian, Ann Sheider, Marjorie Geneva 
Shelton, Carolyn Faye Simmons, Martha Evelyn Sink, Betty Ruth Smith. 




Page 150 



of 1951 





First Row, left to right: Christine Perry Smith. Mary Janice Smith, Peggy 
Smith, Janet Smith, Lorena Snell, Barbara Anne Southall, Suzanne Speight, 
Elizabeth Anne Stanton, Norman Joan Stewart. 

Second Row: Betty Jean Summers, Barbara Ann Taylor, Elise Taylor, Eliza- 
beth Thomas, Rebecca Ann Thomas, Odessa Lee Torrence, Imogene Elizabeth 
Walker, Selma E. Ward. Maxine Warren, Sally M. Weaver, Joe Ann Webster, 
Weeden Webster. 

Third Row: Dorothy P. West, Ann White. Dee Wilkinson. Janice Williams, 
Louise Williams. Mary Lou Williams, June Williamson, Betty L. Wright. 
Mary Helen Wright. Barbara Anne Wyatt. Louise A. Wyrick. Joan Voumans, 
Mary Ruth Young. 



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meetings . . . meetings . . . meetings . . . 






I 



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meetings . . . and more meetings 



town students 
association 





TOWN STUDENT'S JUDICI. 

as, Pat Waggoner, Laura Wr 

June Van Horn. 



The Town Students Association is an important organization on our campus. It is a link between the 
college campus and the large number of students who live in town. Their headquarters, the Town Stu- 
dent's Room, is a campus landmark. There the Greensboro girls can take a breather between classes, 
play a game of bridge, or maybe take a nap (if they are deaf). 



Page J56 



group the girls have their own social com overnight reserve hunks problem al the librarj the rush 

udicial board with President Laura White foi .1 seal al Jerry's 01 the Soda Shop al lunch These 

drawbacks are well balanced by tin- non-existeni travel 
problem on holidays and the even more non exist* 
few In mis i in week-ends. The Town Students are as much 
The girls who live ofl campus have disadvantages — ■' pari of Woman's College as their room with the ash 
getting up a little earlier for an eight o'clock class, the trays, cards, knitting nc-cdlcs. honks, and gossip. 



Wolfe as chairman. The wiener roasts and the dame 
the' spring are a traditional part of Hie down Sludei 
activities each year. 



"we never left home 




young women s 

christian 

association 

The Young Women's Christian Association at Woman's 
College is an organization that is open for membership 
to every girl of any faith from the first freshman to the 
last senior. It is their purpose to help every girl build 
for herself a more full and complete life and to reach 
a more comprehensive and satisfying knowledge of 
God. 

President Marie Averitt asked for suggestions and 
ideas from students and members, which she and her 
officers integrated into the Y plan for 19M. Working 
with her were Nancy Whitley, Vice-President; Anna 
Beeson, Secretary; and Elaine Holly, Treasurer. 




MARIE AVERITT 



■JCY WHITLEY 



ELAINE HOLLY 



OFFICERS 

Marie Averitt President 

Nancy Whitley Vice-Pit sidt nt 

Anna Beeson Secretary 

Elaine Holly Treasurt r 



vespers at seven in the rac 



rhey organized .1 tnp to the Jewish Synagogue .is the 
first pari of .1 campaign to gain .1 better understanding of 
the various religious faiths and their houses of worship. 

Panel discussions on marriage and the home were held 
in both the freshman and upperclassman V clubs. Pro- 
grams were planned to inform the students on current 



affairs. Christmas and Thanksgiving worship servii 1 
luld for .ill faiths in the Religious Ac n\ mes Center. There 
were social meetings held with YM<\A members from 
OUI I 'i. idier institutions. The freshman 1 liihs < out 11 med the 
tradition at Christmas of the Hanging of thedreen.it the 
residence halls and al the homes of Chancellor (iraham 
and Dean Taylor. Our Y u.is alert to community needs and 



world affairs and the place and duty of youth in these responded to .my call for service in Greensboro. 



First row, left to right: Mane Averitt, President; 
Potsv Fowler, Rachel Poole, Cecelia Cone, Mary 
Whitley, Evelyn Best, Rozelle Royall, Kay Porkei 



'" CABINET 

in, Elaine Holly, Dot Parnsh, Coleen Brock Second row: Anno Beeson 

irson, Polly McDuffie, Anne Hall, Saleta Scobey Third row: None- 





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interfaith counci 




Twice ,i month, in the Religious Emphasis Room, a group of girls representing every religious faith on campus comes together 
for the sole purpose of promoting better understanding among these various faiths. 

Among their projects this year were Religious Emphasis Week in the fall, presenting outstanding speakers from every faith. 
These men spoke to us at Aycock and in individual sessions in all the dorms. In the spring the Council sponsored World 
Day of Prayer. Interfaith Council co-operates in all its activities with the National Conference of Christians and Jews. 



Firs* row, left to right: Marilyn Tolochko, 
row: Hilda Wallerstein, Ann Hall, Dot Call, 
Third row: Carole McKmney, Rachel Poole, 
Jansen, Dr Warren Ashby Absent: Dot Clo 



INTERFAITH COUNCIL 
es Harbison, Edna Fnedmon, Polly McDuftie, Charlotte Bunch, President Second 
Fyne, Helen Miller, Jo Brooks, Elizabeth Parker, Peggy Cameron, Jane Swindell. 
e Averitt, Nancy Whitley, Fran Fulcher, Marian Phillips, Dorothy Martel, Peggy 



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"Let's add another car to the train. When the caboose pies on, we'll be over the top!" That was the starting gun for this 
year's Service Drive. Although we didn't go "over the top," more dormitories went one hundred per cent than ever before — 
and the caboose was added. It was a real feather for Service League's cap because giving was on a voluntary basis for the first 
time and enough money was raised to bring another foreign student to Woman's College campus. The League's next project 
was a clothing drive, highlighted by a race for the best dressed dorm dummy. We gave our old clothes in a competitive yet 
serious manner for needy Greensboro families. The Conservation Drive made everyone conscious of the tremendous waste 
on our campus. "Service will remain and service we will do" — a wonderful motto as again the Service League made everyone 
on campus conscious of the Christmas Spirit all year round. 




ADVISORY GROUP 
Pat Ashley, Chairman; Enid Ayers, Frank 
Raney, Frankie Fowler. 



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The Greensboro Orchestro, 

Aitvater, presents a progrom 
in Aycock Auditorium. 




the greensboro orchestra 



In addition to its own concerts, the Greensboro Orchestra, with H. Hugh Aitvater, conductor, and George W. Dickieson, 
concertmaster, participates in the Messiah presentation, the Arts Forum, and various other performances. The Orchestra, 
which is completely symphonic in structure, is composed of faculty members, students, and members carefully selected from 
the community at large. 

the choir 

The Woman's College Choir, under the direction of Mr. George Thompson, is composed of approximately one hundred and 
fifty members from all phases of campus life. The group performs at many college functions— chapel programs. Arts Forum, 
University Sermons, and graduation. Arrayed in its full glory, the choir draws capacity audiences at the annual Christmas 
Concerts. 




woman's college chamber music players 



This group is on* 
Under khedirecti 
bei music works 
junction with the 



it i Ik lew iihisk groups on campus which goes oul ol town for several performances during each season, 
of Mr. George Dickieson, the Chamber Musk Players devotes its time to reading and performing cham- 
r strings, with the occasional use of wind instruments. It usually makes its regular appearances in con- 



On hestra. 



CHAMBER MUSIC PLAYERS 
First row, left to right: Mr 

George Dickieson, Nancy Pease, 
ery, Margarei 



Emthe Robinson, Louise Enck 
son, Jonet McPhail, Julia Deskins 
Barbara Garvin, Lucille Hassell, 
Joyce Fishback, Shirley Leonard. 





Renthea Woodworth, 



CHOIR MEMBERS 
Helen Day, Carolyn Walters, Helen Moe Scries, 
Marshall DeShazo, Patricia Morrell, Dons Huffines, 
Anne B. Green, 
Patr.c.a He 

Agnes Gee, 

Mewborn, Enid Ayers, Corolie Hatsell, Margaret Griggs, 
Charlotte Bunch, Jessie Ford, Phyllis Kline, Shirley 
Tegg, Anne Rothgeb, Margaret Heck, Shirley Ann Gee, 
Birmah Bowman, Norma Bramlert, Eugenia Ingram, 
Marian Phillips, Frankie Herman, Sarah Ann Butts, 
Mary Frazier Paul, Miriam Gonella, Beverly Parker, 
Sarah McGoogan, Anne Welch, Anne Morrison. Bobbie 
Fuller, Mane Covil, Flora Mclver, Jane Kunze, Caroline 
Crews, Alice Joyner, Dons Ann Godbey, Jean Carol 
Phelps, Mary Louise Black, Mary Helen Brandon, 
Connie McLain, Phyllis McLean, Gillie Shaw, Sylvia 
Kanter, Libby Ruth Almond, Mary Anne Hunt, Nell 
Myers, Carole J. McKmney. Frances Campbell, Patricio 
Mellonas, Jean Pitman, Ann Tyson, Mary Ella Martin, 
Helen Lois Swanngen, Jean Thomos, Mary Frances 
Sharpe, Betty Jo Sevan, Norma Kerley, Betty Randall, 
Carolyn Neece, Martha Moore, Dorothy Rose, Rosa 
Bugg, Nellie Bugg, Emily Micol, Mane Bloke, Dons 
Clemmer, Nora Davis, Colleen Crenshaw, Helen Howell, 
Mary Ann Abernothy, Betty Lou Kennedy, Ann Ben- 
nett, Dora Barrett, Mary Ann Dudley, Laurel Gale, 
Ellenor Eubanks, Noncy Foust, Rose Fmcher, Cecelia 
Cone, Barbara Ann Hine, Barbara Wolter, Barbara 
Jean Beckner, Eleanor Weber, Virginia Parsons, 
Margaret Johnson, Ophelia Ingold, Sophia Steffan, 
Jean Aycock, Colleen Renegar, Nancy Evans, Doris 
Hovis, Jean Heafner, Frances Thompson, Mary Brum- 
ley, Evelyn Nance. Patricia Sanderford, Helen Chnord, 
Mortha Ann Nesbitt, Margaret Anderson, Ethel Ball, 
Dorothy Allen, Elizabeth Little, Betsy Ann Howard, 
Imogene Pons, Patricia Hege, Frances Carroll, Joyce 
Howe, Jean J. Williams, Mane Whitaker, Mary Anne 
Weotherly, Elizabeth Mockey, Mildred Warren, Frances 
Warren, Thelma Thompson, Nancy Atkins, Mary 
Carolyn Meeker, Hester BizzeM, Barbaro Anne Harris, 
Nancy Graybeal, Catharine Cox, Ann Sneod, Emily 
McLees, Emily Blackwell, Mariorie Tilson, Getty Gregg, 
Juanita Stokes, Margaret M. Maxwell, Kathryn Dob- 
bins, Geraldine Peorce, Kathryn Oliver, Blonnie Dale 
Bunn, Betty Oldham, Anne Strand, Nancy Page 
Smith, Hertha Irma Homuth, Ann Heafner, Cenieth 
Elmore, Ruth Herring, Pauline Mauney, Laura Sexton, 
Elizabeth Boucom. Utho von Tresckow, Dorothy Hoots, 




playlikers 



In Aycock the curtain is rising and the play has begun — 
"The Heiress.'' Experimental, The Tempest." "Arsenic 
and Old Lace." Upstairs lie thread and needles, remnants 
of last minute costume changes. Greasepaint and cotton 
litter the make-up room downstairs. The lights are shin- 
ing from the balcony. Somewhere, everywhere are Annie, 
"Teacher," and Miss England. Critics may be "out front," 
but none so harsh as the ones back stage. Mark, Mr. Bow- 
man, and the crewheads ever exacting, ever watching the 
"green" ones and the experienced ones alike. "But what 
can I do?" the new ones ask. "There are always paint cans 
to be scrubbed and floors to be swept," comes the reply, 
"and do it right!" The Playlikers have presented a suc- 
cessful season, complete with bouquets and Thumper. 



OFFICERS 
Doris Hovis, Vice-President; Corinne Bissett 
retary-Treosurer; Anne Edwards, President. 



MASQUERADERS 
First row, left to right: Bunny Greenberg. Joan Blumberg, Kathy Miller, Bette Barksdale, Pat Mellonas, 
Jean Sattertnwaite, Mary Ann Stilwell, Betty King, Elaine Smetano Second row: Rosemary Boney, Martha 
Lohr Peggy Jansen, Dons Hovis, Ann Camhn, Dons Dwyer, Jackie Goodwin, Rena Furlong, Bettie Alice 
Dixon. Third row: Mr W. R. Taylor, Anne Edwards, Eleanor Gnswold, Beth Tanch, Corinne Bissette, Pat 
Tesh, Bobbie Fisher, Nan Wilkinson. 



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The Playlikers of Woman's College ar< on stag all yeai 
around. After the regular school session has ended, this 

spend fun-filled weeks on the stage of the Burnsville Summer 
Playhouse, Very young in years, this organization has gained 
fame throughout North Carolina for the Woman's College 
and the Playlikers. Anne Edwards is President oi Mas 
queraders, a group of students who have participated in the 
productions .it Aycock both as actors and winkers behind the 
scenes. From this group are chosen the members of Alpha 
Psi Omega, whose President is Doris Hovis. Together they 
choose the plays, build the sets, act, and make their behind- 
the-scenes work to live for the large numbers of people who 
attend their Playliker productions. 



ro them th play's the thing." No dates, no wi 
al ' hapel Hill, no extra-curricula activities . . . jus; 
Their eyes are filled with another love, another sense of 
loyalt] And it you ask them why. they will look at you in 
WOndermenl and answer, I doll t know why. I just like it. 
\\ 'hat else is there?" Then you know that to these people. 
"There's no business but show business. 




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the pine needles . . . 1951 



BUSINESS STAFF 
First row, left to right: Norma Hunley, Rachel Sarbaugh, Nancy Selecm 
Frances Skidmore. Second row: Sue Boykin, Margaret Smith, Jane Spencer, 
Stanley, Betsy Kinard, Ann Snead, Nancy Pntchett, Circulation Editor; Nan 
Nina Claiborne, Elizabeth 




The 1951 Pint NeedUi is a reality and getting it togethei 
and making it youi book is jusl .1 memorj Kat's idea was 
"the ikw \V < ,' the new W. ( thai we have seen slowly 
assuming shape on the campus in the years since the class 
oi '51 came to the campus, We liked the idea ol putting down 
in our hook memories ol the expansion and growth oi oui 



college while it 

After the- ide 
into the Alumn 



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the process 01 changing. 
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House, smiled for Mr. Tayloi a 

St.iley, and then waited for the results. Faculty memb 
to be rounded up tor then pictures. "Didi" and her camera 
could be found anywhere and everywhere trying to get a \ iew 
of the campus, a club member, or a lecturing professor. 

There were deadlines that hounded us, deadlines for the 
printers, the engravers, the photographers. There were times 
when the lack or loss of one snapshot or the presence of 
one unidentifiable person in a picture seemed capable of 
delaying the annual, but it all worked out in time, (ins 
worked to capture the theme in her drawings. Nancy sold 
the annuals and then scurried around peddling ads and 
counting pennies to pay for it. 

The work was all finished and in the printer's hands. We 
could relax and rest — almost. Piece by piece it began coming 
back to us in the form we had planned. With the fondness 
of a parent we could feel pride in the scattered pictures and 
pages just off the press to be proofed. And now we leave the 
book in your hands for whom it was created, with the hope 
that the memories it holds will remain long years after the 
new W. C. is no longer new. 





no Jeon Willord. Editor, Re- 
Second row: Bettve Evans, 



EDITORIAL STAFF 
First row, left to right: Margaret Lyon, Coleen Brock, Carol 
Editor; Lois Stephens, Photography Director; Julia Ross Lam 

Nancy Hamlet Second row: Marie Averitt, Marion Kimmelsteil, Barbara Jobe 
Betty Jean Conley, Jane Fuller, Janice Murchison, Peggy Putnam, Evelyn Dearman 
Jaylee Montague, Elinor Wrenn Not pi ' 
Carol Perry, Penny Bogort, Pat McGougan 





the Carolinian 



P MARY REYNOLDS 

Business Manager 



Wednesday night in the Carolinian office in the Alumnae 
House is enacted a weekly pageant not equalled anywhere 
else on this campus. Should you drop by on the night the 
Car) goes to bed, you might wind up behind a locked 
door that opens only for one who can produce an original 
feature story never used before in the Cory or any news- 
paper. 

Tempe, the big boss, presides over this weekly session 
with as much calm dignity as any editor can muster at 
midnight in the face of a deadline. The staff reporters type 
on into the night while James complains about the mess 
they are making in his building and while Elizabeth in- 
spires hungry writers with cake and coffee. Seldom has 
the Car) gone to press without a word (or two, or three) 
from Mr. "Wilkie," who looks in from his late chores in 
the News Bureau around the corner. 



NEWS AND FEATURE STAFF 
First row, left to right: Mary Elizabeth Kent, Jean Harris, Dollie Moser. 
Second row: Sarah Lancaster, Ann Gnftin, Mary Ann Raney, Zita Spector, 
Rose Ann Shearin, Viola Batts. Third row: Betty Lynch, 

a Deutsch Nancy homes, Chris Carroll, Jackie Goodwin, Cherie Jontz, 

"ye Ruth Sedgewick, Carolyn 

Potts, Edna Ea 




The newspapei office atmosphere ol the Cat \ headquarters 
has been heightened by the unexpected people and events 
thai pass through the office. ( arj went down in Associated 
Press history the day Presidenl Gray granted an impromptu 
interview in fronl oi the office during Ins inauguration 
Car) pitched right into current world affairs when it was 
thought Uncle Sam was sending his well known greetings 
to the Woman's College campus. The Carj gained quite 
a bit of distinction the night Chancellor Graham was mis- 
taken for a janitor by a visitor to the office. 

There are nights when eight pages of blank space seem 
impossible to fill with just plain words when there's no 
money left in the budget for pictures. There are times 
when you can't capture a three column story in a one line 
head and when not even Rose can think of a new gag for 
the humor column. Hut as Mr. "Mac" out on Trinity Street 
has said as he has sent Cary to press for twenty-six years, 
"Now don't you worry. We've been raising editors for 
years." 




BUSINESS STAFF 
Seated: Mary Reynolds, Business Manager Standing: Lib Greene, Morylynn Rober 
son, Etta Rose Monn, Katy Farthing, Mary Anne Hunt, Carolyn Leibler, Mildrec 
Farlow, Millicent Simon, Virginia Hollomann 



EDITORIAL STAFF 
First row, left to right: Priscilta Snider, Tempe Hughes, Editor; Betty Sue Gandy, 
Nancy Burton Second row: Joanne- McLean, Marilyn Tolochko, Joan Austin, 
Ruth Levin, Ann Powell, Beth Tanch, Ruth Tillman, Carolyn Pickel, Ernestine 
Virginia Ingram. 




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the coraddi . . . 1951 



L<n. i J Ji has had its problems in the last few years, and this 
year has been no exception. Joanne and her staff have worked 
to offer the best writing to which they have resources and to 
enter the Coraddi into equal competition with other college 
magazines that hold to the highest standards of literature. 

It has not been easy. There were the locals McLean issued 
on Monday morning. "Stories will be in office tonight. Be 
ready to vote Wednesday." By the deadline the staff members 
weren't speaking to each other. 





No one can agree on this story or thai one. And there must 
have been more than five stories submitted! Where is thai 
poem (?) somebody wrote? Twenty-three white pages can 
consume .1 lot <>f words. The engraver musl have thought 
this picture was the design for .1 new postage stamp. Have 
you measured it ? 

Late into the night Margaret and McLean slave over 
make-up. Powell issues orders right and left. There must be 
one person left on campus with an original idea. The literary 
stall began peeking around doors and out from under soda 
shop tables hunting for fiction. Mrs. Rogers and Mr. Mac- 
auley fortified their offices against eager writers seeking con- 
ferences on story revisions. 

There was the Campus Creative Contest. Just one more 
poster, Wendy! Mr. Jarrell talked to the Coraddi Club. "My 
wife says I shouldn't make it like a class." Any tendency 
toward grimness on the part of any member shall be con- 
sidered sufficient grounds for expulsion from the club. 



Coraddi comes back from the printei smelling of ink 

from cover tO COVer, The stall i an distribute with pride their 

contribution to literature on the Woman's College campus 




BUSINESS STAFF 
Left to right: Betsy Crawley, Anne Edwards, Betty Stimson, 
Mary Ann Ranev Not pictured: Rosemary Boney, Joan Layman, 






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With .1 concert by the Duke Calvaliers followed by .i campus-wide informal dance on the- night of 
Octobei -' i , our Social Planning Council, under tin leadership of Betty Lou Merrill. assured V. 
< ollege girls that their campus social program would be packed with variety and appeal. Early on the 
appeal list was Greater LJniversitj Daj with the Carolina-State game followed bj an open housi 
Chape] Hill. This tradition was established last year by the Greater University Council. 

In mid-November, Davidson-Woman's College Day was initiated with the aid of Davidson Social 
Chairman, Tommy Haller, and was ushered in with a football game, Sadie Hawkin's Hay square dame, 
supper in the Fraternity Houses, a hay-ride, a movie at the ' Y." and an informal dame in the gym, Then 
the Council's variety list began with a December concert and variety show at Aycock by Burt Massengale 
and his orchestra. Fashion variety was created by Montaldo's and Ellis Stone's fashion shows. 

Advisors to Betty Lou and her committee are Mrs. Anne F. Carter, Miss Alice Suiter, and Mrs. 
Josephine Schaeffer, They consistently aim to promote .in integrated campus social program with variety 
and appeal to as many students as possible. Working with the Social Planning Council are representatives 
from the four Societies, Recreation Association, Y.W.C.A. and the Town Students. One of the most im- 
portant |obs is cooperation with Hall Social leaders, also members of the Council, who direct sim.i! 
activities in the residence halls. The four Societies sponsored the annual dames, the banquet, and a Rat 
Day flung with streamers of blue, green, red, and yellow. 

A balance, an offset, .wl] a medium of happy campus life are synonyms for the accomplishments and 
standards of the Social Planning Council. 



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Nell Smith, Second row: Kathen 
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SOCIAL PLANNING COUNCIL 
Eddy, Mary Anne Hunt, Betty 
Sandra Roberts, Beulah Ya 



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marshals 



First row, left to right: Gray Culbreth, Nai 
Lillian Zachary, Jo Pharr, Elizabeth Poplin. Second 
Pat Morrell, Cecelia Cone, Betty Lou Van Hook- 



officers 



Left to right: Sterling Moore. Vice-Pres 
dent; Chris Davis, Secretary, Julie Packe 
Treasurer; Jo Bryan, Social Chairman. 





aletheian 
society 




cornelian 
society 





marshals 



First' row, left to right: Gwen Wilborn, Nadia Daughtridge 
Nancy Elliott, Nancv Gray, Jonice Murchison, Normc 
Hunley. Second row: Ann Winslow, Betty Mclnnis. 



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Secretory; Glenna DeWitt, Vice-President. 



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SIGMA ALPHA — honorary business fraternity . . , formal initiation ceremony . . . 
contacts with the professional world . . . reports from graduates. 

PHI ALPHA THETA — small but "brainy" group of history girls . . . party for all 
history majors to meet Dr. Graham . . . radio program as a follow-up of the Social 
Science Forum. 

SIGMA DELTA PI — Spanish conversations by the score . . . brains of the Spanish 
department ... a Christmas parry very Spanish in nature . . . study of Spanish culture 
. . . Alpha Tan chapter. 

ALPHA PSI OMEGA — honorary dramatics club . . . very formal initiation followed 
by informal party . . . achievements in service in the theatrical world at Woman's College. 

TAU PSI OMEGA — honorary French fr.it'' . . . studies of French culture . . . singing 
of French songs . . . Monsieur. Hardre . . . French movies in Aycock . . . "Bon]Our, au 
revoir," etc. 

ALPHA KAPPA DELTA — national honorary sociology fraternity . . . outstanding 
speakers on various phases of social work . . . faculty-student participation . . . 
initiations . . . able guidance of Dr. Shivers. 

OMICRON NU — national scholastic honor society for home economics girls . . . 
to raise the prestige of the home economics department . . . informal social meetings 
. . . reports of research in the held of Home Economics. 

GAMMA ALPHA - business club . . . guest speakers with "testimonies" on the harsh. 
cruel business world . . . reception to meet the business faculty . . . panel discussions. 



Carroll Christian 



OMICRON NU 
Emilie Robinson, Nancy Ijames, Loui 
Beth Lennon Elizabeth Parker. 





HILLEL 
icent Simon, Hilda 
iident; Marilyn Tolochko 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 
rbison. President; Jone Swindell, Jean Tandy, 
■rnarhy, Nellie Ivey. 



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SAINT MARYS VESTRY 
First row: Hazel Steele. Ellen Shepherd. Jo Robertson, 
Polly McDuffte, Mary Gibbs Second row: Lucy Pogc, 

I, Peggy Jeon Comeron, President, Nancy 



Spoolmon, Susan 



Smctono, Rose Finchcr 



HILLEL spring drives for ( ARE and United fewish Association . . . Friday nighl 
services .11 the R.A. room . . . a fall dance in Chapel Hill and other state-wide meetings 
and dances ... a Hillel arts festival in April. 

WESLEY FOUNDATION — re-decoration of Wesley house . . . a C hristmas party lor 
underprivileged children . . . "The Eye" . . . Wesley dramatic group and choir ... a 
freshman council. 

SAINT MARY'S — Friday nighl suppers replacing Thursday lunches . . . Joy . . . tea 
for Dr. and Mrs. Graham . . . afternoon tea . . . sociability and informality . . . 
lorporate Communion services. 

LUTHERAN STUDENT UNION — meetings in the R.A. room . . . monthly supper 
. . . informal discussion groups . . . Reverend and Mrs. Samuel Fox as wonderful advisors 
. . . fun and fellowship. 

CATHOLIC — religious and social club . . . dance with State and Carolina clubs . . . 
Father Mundell's study group . . . Week-end at R.A. camp in the spring for spiritual 
fellowship and fun. 

MORAVIAN — overseas boxes to a Moravian German "pen pal" . . . substitute 
teachers and participators in the choir at the First Moravian Church . . . very active and 
helpful. 

BAPTIST STUDENT UNION — gala house-painting party . . Friday night "Baptist 
Dinner" . . . deputations from State and Carolina . . . Life Purpose Week . . . programs 
for Greensboro Baptist churches. 

WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP — Friday night suppers . . . visits to the T.B. 
sanatorium and polio hospital ... a choir and special concerts . . . journalistic offering, 
the "Presby Press." 



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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 
Dean Crumpler, Marion Phjll 
arilyn Dunn, Daisy Loud_ 




CATHOLIC 
Firsr row: Elizabeth Boulus, President; Bobbie Fisher. 
Second row: Trilby Boerner, Pat McBarron. 

WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 





DOLPHIN SEAL 
= irst row: Charlie Christian, F 
_ewis. Second row: Betsy Lee, 



PHI PSI OMEGA 
Eva Kate Moore, Blanche Foster, President; 
Phillips, Mary Alice Ballew. 





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DOLPHIN SEAL — the annual water pageant . . . grace and beauty afloat . . . swan 
dives and such contortions . . . just swimming, swimming, and more swimming! 

BOOT N SPUR — the "horsey set" of Woman's College ... the horse show and the 
many practices involved . . . breakfast rides at some absurdly early hour . . . fall 
try-outs . . . "I'm SORE'" 

PHI PSI OMEGA — our classical club . . . membership on merit of scholarship . . . 
Dr. Lame's Christmas "shin-dig" . . . Miss Jastrow speaks on Grecian art . . . Latin and 
Greek majors. 

SQUARE CIRCLE — promotes interest in mathematics ... for fun, these students 
work problems . . . excitement! . . . "Did you get number nine?" . . . lecture programs on 
various phases of math. 

-4-H CLUB — member of national -i-H Association . . . demonstrations of a practical 
nature . . . many winners in the National Congress . . . highest national award, the 
President's trophy. 



HOME ECONOMICS — purpose is to further interest in home economics . . . guest 
speakers at the monthly meetings . . . around 150 members . . . sewing and cooking labs. 

BOTANY CLUB — the famous picnics in Dr. Thiel's back yard . . . lectures on plant 
life and Mower arrangements . . . hilarious initiations Strictly in the interest of botany, 
of course . . . hikes. 

PRE-NURSING — to further the interest of girls in nursing . . . polio hospital trips 
to see what nursing is like ... a spring dance . . . our future Florence Nightingales. 



Carolyn Smith, President; 



HOME ECONOMICS 



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B0TANY 
Ann Dryden, Nell Smith, Laura Dodson, Nan 
" tty Bevan, Ann Tyson. 



PRE-NURSING 
ancy Gilbert, Freddye Green, Peggy McGow 
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RADIO WORKSHOP 
President; Connne Bissettc, Leo Culbcrt 
Ginger blumDcrg. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 
Seated: Barbara Mongum, President Standing: Peggy 

ThompsDn, Ameha Hunter, Nodia Doughtndgc 



SPANISH 
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RADIO WORKSHOP "Woman's College on the Air" is a pel hobby . . gives 
students experience in the field of radio . . . a Hooper Rating project for a Greensboro 
station . . . ".mil we sign off for tonight." 

FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA — preparation of the teachers for their careers 
. . . a beautiful Christinas party . . . teaching at the polio hospital . . . "We're not old- 
maid school inarms." 

PSY( HOIOGY — excellent guest speakers such as Dr. Rhine of Duke University . . . 
E.S.P. and parapsychology . . . dramatization of psychological terms at initiation. 

SOCIOLOGY — sociology and recreation majors . . . Minn's trip to the White I louse 
( onference in Washington . . . Christmas basket for a needy family . . . Mr. Johnson 
as the Babe in the manger. 

CADUCEUS — for stimulating interest in the medical profession . . . Dr. CollingS as 
guest speaker . . . observations of operations in downtown hospitals . . . students ol 
famous doctors' lives . . . spring picnic. 

MEDICAL TECHNICIANS — beautiful and impressive initiation ceremony . . . 
excellent jobs ahead for these "wearers of the white coats" . . . lab after lab! 

( HEMISTRY CLUB — Miss Schaeffer . . . Christmas party with experiments by Madame 
President . . . picnics and lectures. BUT these main labs are not picnics . . . many 

interesting job openings. 




Phillips, Emily Green. 



CHEMISTRY 
Anne Holl, Bessie Freeman, Carroll Christian, Nell Adkii 
President. 





ART 
First row: Jeon Floyd, Carolyn Deitz, PresK 
Sechrest Second row: Jane Cabiness, Barbari 




MODERN DANCE — try-outs "galore" . . . participation in the Arts Forum . . . spring 
chapel program . . . choreography of their own ... the resulting aches and pains are 
well worth it. 

ART CLUB — especial interest in Arts Forum . . . speaker from State College elaborat- 
ing on architecture . . . student exhibit at the close of the year . . . "little" parties. 

CHOIR — frightening try-outs . . . roll call and cuts . . . Mr. Thompson . . . the tradi- 
tional and marvelous Christmas and Easter concerts . . . practices Monday at rive o'clock. 

MUSIC EDUCATION — provision of the study room . . . brings music majors together 
organization of a high school chorus . . . alumnae week-end with former students 
relating experiences . . . Miss Holloway and Mr. Kline. 

YOUNG COMPOSERS sponsorship of programs of student compositions . . . con- 
cerned with the problems of writing music today . . . Mr. Weisgarber . . . Arts Forum . . . 
a "end-of-the-year-dambake." 

GALILEAN — all physics students are eligible ... the "Christmas Star" program . . . 
Dr. Reardon . . . skit on ancient physicists . . . monthly meetings and the spring picnic. 

RE< REATION — second year of organization . . . annual meetings with State and 
Carolina . . . Miss Da\is and Miss Mossman . . . all sorts of activities. 

NATIONAL STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION — varied activities . . . N.S.A. works to 
form student opinion in America . . . interest in international affairs . . . open house 
alter panel discussions . . . new on campus . . . Cosmopolitan Club is under N.S.A. 




Steele, Betty Hill, Wendy Word, 
ise Easterling, Martha Lohr. Absent: 







recreation 




association 



Lib Tart, Pat Ashley. Lura Clingenpeel, Carolyn Miller, Ginger 
Rosemary Barber, Bobbie Strickland, Mattie Barnnqer, Barbaro 
Cornelia Kuykendall, Ann Goudelock, Frances Fowle 
Peggy Cameron, Virginia I 



cy Maples, Cornelia Kuyk 
Betty Alice Godwin, Dor 



.ewis, Jeon S Howard, Betsy Haley, Virginia Van Dyke. 
nsman, Trilby Boomer, Mary Grace Grady, Nancy Burton, 
Carol Byrd, Mildred Cooper, Corolyn Biggerstoff, Chorlie 




The Recreation Association Cabinet is made up of sports heads, club presidents, 
committee chairmen, and three faculty members. Cabinet members are elected 
by the students for their ability to lead and organize sports and other recrea- 
tional activities. It is their duty to decide on policies and procedures for the 
Recreation Association and to help soke problems concerning recreation for 
the campus. 



go sporty with 



"A sport a clay for every girl." This is the claim made by 
the Recreational Association on Woman's College campus. 
From the way things stand, it looks as if it is absolutely 
correct. R. A. offers everything from archery to volley 
ball. Just take your choice of any sport; and if they don't 
have it, it isn't worth playing. 

Every season has its own sports, in which the dormi- 
tories and leagues compete for the championship. Winners 
are announced at the end of each season. Fall and spring 
seasons feature tennis, golf, archery, hockey, riding, and 
Softball. The w inter season features basketball, volley bal 
and stunts and apparatus. If you like to swim, the poo 
open all yen 




recreation association 

You don'l even have to exerl yoursell to any greal extenl 
in participate in R. A There are many sports offered thai 

to play .1 sport, there is always someone there ready and 
willing to help you. 

The clubs connected with R. A. should not be forgotten 
Dolphin-Seal Club for the swimmers, Boot 'n Spur for the 
equestriennes, Modern Dance Club for the choreographers, 
and Square Dance Club for the "Virginia Reelers." These 

arc by no means all of the clubs, but they go to show some 
of the various activities in which a Woman's College stu- 
dent may participate. 

Yes. "a spm i a day for every girl" is a claim well stated 
and upheld by the Recreational Association. 











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Gym Meet means fun and entertainment to the audiences 
thai gathei to witness it. Ii was exa< tly thai and more. The 
entertainment ranges from .nu' inspiring feats of physical 
coordination to the stunts "I .1 troop ol 

the theme, The brilliant colors, gay music, 1 

spirit v.. is caught in tins exciting three ring .ill 

I ,k It girl partic ipating in the gymnastic -skills part of the 
program performed a series of feats. Upon the comple- 
tion of each she was given points according to her per- 
formance. When .ill the girls had finished, the totals were 
compared and an honorary team was chosen from the 
highest ratings. These were announced at the end oi 
event along with the winning league. 

The evening closed amid the cheers and applause of the 
audience for the successful ending of a performance that 
had required a great deal of work and planning. 






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arts forum 



Student writers, painters, composers, playwrights, and dancers 
from many colleges gathered this year on the Woman's College 
campus to join with us in participating in the eighth annual Arts 
Forum. Since its inception, the Forum has grown from a stimulant 
for a handful of student creative work to encompass material from 
aspiring artists of the nation. 

During the studded activity week, three one-act experimental 
plays were presented by the college Playlikers, a marionette and 
puppet performance was given, photography and art work were 
exhibited, poetry and literature were read for criticism, and the 
modern dance group performed student-choreographed work. 

Skillful criticism from the distinguished authorities present 
was invaluable to the rising generation of artists. Robert Penn 
Warren, outstanding novelist and critic, and professor of English 
at the University of Minnesota, offered his expert opinion at the 
session of literary criticism. Prominent in the world of music, 
Earl Moore, head of the Department of Music and teacher of 
music composition at the University of Michigan, discussed the 
music; Martha Hill, teacher of dance at New York University 
and Bennington College and co-director of the Summer School of 
Dance at Connecticut College for Women, demonstrated dance 
techniques and constructively reviewed representative works of 
the dance. Analyses of the one-act experimental plays was given 
by Robert Porterfield, head of the Barter Theater of Virginia, and 
the panel discussions on art work were conducted by George Boas, 
professor of Aesthetics at Johns Hopkins University. 

The continued success and improvement of the expanding ex- 
perience we call the Arts Forum is accredited to Dr. Marc Fried- 
laender, who took his position as chairman in 1946 and with every 
year increases the benefits derived by the students. 

Composing the student committee were Esther Elliot, Louise 
Erickson, Anne Edwards, Bette Barksdale, Carol Byrd, Jo Carroll 
Ennis, Carolyn Dietz, Barbara Jobe, Mary Idol, Joanne McLean, 
and Tempe Hughes. Anne Powell served as Arts Forum secretary 
and student chairman. 



First row, left to right: f 

Erickson, Jo Carroll Enni 
Edwards, Bette Barksdale 




those memorable 
evenings.. . 



. . . in Aycock Auditorium will live with us far beyond 
our college days The variety oi the opportunities offered 
during these delightful hours enhance the flavor ol college 
experience. Musicians, authors, travelers, .aims, and critics 
pour Midi diverse values on the campus thai the students 
emerge from the new WC with the broad outlook of 
cultured people 

LECTURE-ENTERTAINMENT SERIES, 1950-51 

diehard Dyer Bennett October 6 

Cornelia Otis Skinner October 31 

Charles Laugh ton November 7 

Maynard Miller December 6 

Helen Jepson January 16 

Sir Angus Fletcher February 1 

Pearl Buck February 26 

Dudley-Maslow-Bales Dance Group March l-i 

T.V.Smith April 19 

CIVIC MUSIC SERIES 

Gregor Piatigorsky, cellist November 9 

Jacques Abram, pianist .January 9 

Guiseppe de Stefano, tenor February 6 

Huston Symphony Orchestra February 21 

Kirsten Flagstad, soprano March 2 1 



The house lights 





Charles Laughton 



harriet elliott 
social science forum 

Using "Public Opinion in a Democracy" as its theme, 
this year's Social Science Forum intensified for its 
listeners an awareness of the real danger to public 
opinion of false propaganda. History Professor 
Arthur M. Schlesinger of Harvard voiced through 
Ins discussion Wlm Makes Public Opinion?" his 
views of the subject. Robert K. Merton of Columbia 
University aroused interest with his question, "Do 
We Have a Free Market in Ideas?" Charles A. Siep- 
mann, also of Columbia, spoke on "The Nature of 
Propaganda." and Hadley Cantril, Director of the 
Office of Public Opinion Research at Princeton, lec- 
tured from the panel on "The Citizen and the Policy 
Makers." 




First row, left to right: L 

Helen Rigby, Peggy Hull, 
Campbell. 



STUDENT COMMITTEE 
Wright, Anne Whittington, Joan Wi 
Temko, Chairman; Sally Cheney, Mc 




Seeking to explore the conflicting problem I i both 

theoretical and practical .mules, the Forum invited 
representatives ol the press, radio, and television to 
mi in on the meetings and enter into the discussions. 
The weeks ol planning by the faculty committee, 
studenl committee, and scores ol other persons, 
brought to Woman's College, as well as citizens in 
neighboring vicinities and visiting schools, an intensi 
lied awareness ol the importance of making "value 
judgments" and in claiming for oneseli "responsible 
freedom." 

Through the inspiration of our late dean, Harriet 
I lliott, the Social Science Forum is becoming a 
tradition of the democracy at Woman's College. A 
faculty committee, headed by Dr. Eugene Pfaff, with 
the assistance of Mimi Temko and her student com- 
mittee, each year advances publicity both on and off 
the campus and arranges for the arrival and enter- 
tainment of visiting experts, faculty, and students. 
These visitors are welcomed to our campus to partici- 
pate in the Social Science Forum, our attempt to 
become better informed on matters that concern us 
all in a changing world. 





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. . . those familiar faces we learned to know and admire in 
the classrooms and out. We discovered that they were not 
only interested in us as students, but as distinct individuals. 
They didn't live only in their offices and classrooms . . . 
we chatted with them at the Soda Shop, at meals in the 
Home Economics cafeteria, and in their homes. Of course, 
we cussed about their tests; we griped about their projects 
and outside reading assignments; we grumbled about their 
essons . . . but just let an outsider sneer at them, and see 
how fast we take up for them! 

They have required our best, but, in return, they have 
given their best to us. They have led us, certainly, but in 
so doing have taught us to lead. 

Those of us who are leaving will carry with us many 
fond memories. We won't forget the faculty personalities. 
Dr. -Bardolph and Illinois . . . Mr. Hornaday's frantic 



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energy . . . Miss LaRochelle's cooking feats . . . Dr. 

Clutts' "Exhibit A." his plaster casl . . . Mrs. Staley's 

good looking suns . . . Mr. Hall and Ins "G I afte on, 

young ladies ... Mr. Shaftesbury's cracks aboul blondes 

. . . Mr. Ivy and his "Modern Art Is Inevitable" . . . 
Miss AU\. champion of Woman Suffrage . . . Miss 
Mi. milliliter and her hot-ties . . . Miss England and 
"glottal shock" . . . Miss Fowler's cosmopolitan efficiency 
. . . Mr. Painter's caustic wit . . . Dr. Keeney's textile con- 
ventions . . . "Pinky" Thompson's color schemes . . . Mr. 
Phillips and his constant grin . . . all these and many more 
we will remember with fondness. 

We will take with us many of their concepts and beliefs, 
many of their hopes. We'll carry the memories of sharing 
fun and work. And we hope that they will remember us, 
as we will them, as true friends. 




Chancellors, past ond present, confer in the Alumnoe House. 




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e had lots 



to learn 




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\\( was so new and so were we The place was 

so big, and no one could e,i\e us direct s to 

the ( lass Chairman's office; thej didn't have a 
compass, eithei We tagged aftei Ask Me" 
signs and learned to go around the deepest 
ditches. 

They told us our color was green, and that's 
just the way we felt. We saw the red-jacketed 
Seniors look sad when the old bridge fell, and 
we didn't understand how they could be senti- 
mental about an old bridge. 

It was just too much that we had to have a 
speaking acquaintance with every leaf in Pea- 
body, much less endure those- gosh-awful three- 
hour labs. They told us Dr. Graham was a 
freshman with us. loo, but lie was just another 
face for us to learn. 

We learned that lights went out for us at 
eleven o'clock, and mi extra minute meant tell- 
ing it to the judge. But, we learned. We had a 
class song and officers pretty soon, and we were 
beginning to know someone besides the room- 
mate. We were catching on, and it was 
ful. 




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FRESHMAN COMMISSION 
Firs* row, left to right: Faye Conn, Peggy Best, Louise Moorvey, Choirmon; 
Evelyn Mills, Lou Bradley, Pot McMohon, Margie Preisinger, Barbara Hir 



Easterlmg, Phyllis Franklin, Sally Horn 



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Our President, Rozelle Royall 





we were 

moving up 

but still 

two to go . . . 





The lust year was rough, but we came back. We still 
jumped when someone said "Freshman,'' but we covered 
it up with that "I'm past that stage" look. The upper- 
classmen dorms with seniors living next door were just 
as new as late lights every night. There was no more hoard- 
ing of week-ends in case you were asked to Chapel Hill. 
We pestered Dr. Layman about the requirements for this 
major and that. 

The blue jackets came in December, and we marched 
with our banner through the dining halls, trying to keep 
together on our class song. Other jackets were brighter, 
but none so new. 

We gave the Sophomore-Senior Shipwreck party for the 
"big sisters" who were leaving, and sang until we choked 
as they filed out of the last mass meeting. At the crack of 
dawn, we gathered daisies for the Daisy Chain and held 
it while the black robes marched through. We were old- 
timers at last, but it was mighty nice to know we would 
be coming back in the fall. 






Three down and one to go! We are stepping into the 

campus jobs now, and are, at last, a "big sister" class. We 
directed Freshman Week and we answered all the ques- 
tions. We never expected to live so long! 

Freshman year is just a memory, 101 courses just a 
dream, a bad one. We were rats and longed for revenge. 
The faces, faces, faces that now are so familiar. We moved 
up a notch and returned our "sisters' " hospitality with the 
Apache party. We put over the Vocational Guidance 
program in April and sold school pins, stationery, and any- 
thing without roots to build up our treasury. 

This year we danced to Deep Purple, and planned and 
attended our first Junior-Senior. The Junior Show was 
the hit of the year, as far as we were concerned. 

The first twinges of that "I hate to leave" feeling has 
begun. It was such a short time ago that we were the new 
ones and now . . . we've made our dash for the seats 
vacated by the Red Jackets. Time's passing so quickly, but 
the Black Jackets of '52 have one more year to go. 



three 





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down, almost there 





this is the end 



We came in time to love the old WC; we stayed long enough 
to enjoy the new WC. We remember ... the smoky old Junior 
shop in the basement of Administration . . . and we were out of 
place among the BMOC ... the biology labs (frogs, worms, 
ugh!), history reading . . . Sophomores yelling, "Get off the 
grass" . . . lectures at Aycock . . . and getting it all done before 
closed study . . . Boo Pearsall, our first chief . . . "Blue Moon," 
a real college dance! 

Sophomore year, and we were big ones. Miss Davis took us 
over, ,;nd we settled down to the business of knowing more 
than the freshmen ... Rat Day Revenge ... our red jackets 
added a spark of color to the campus . . . Fran Fulcher in the 
President's chair . . . "It Might As Well Be Spring." 

Uppc-rdassmen .it last, and we were no longer a "baby Class" 
. . . Mellie Barlow and Betty Lou Merrill directing the Junior 
Show, the best WC has ever seen, we think . . . Nancy Holder 
our president, and "Bailemos" our dance . . . our first Junior- 
Senior . . . real, honest-to-goodness majors ... the green jackets 
leaving and our scramble for seats in front ... we could see over 
the horizon at last. 

Then we were the "wheels" . . . Our footprints in the mud 
making tracks all to fast . . . Nancy Blanton and Sarah Carter 
in the driver's seats and Nellie Bugg our president . . . Laura 
White Wolfe crowned our prettiest in the spring ... the passing 
of the old WC with the bridge ... the coming of a new era with 
Dr. Graham ... the Red Jackets of '51 were a part of the old, a 
part of the new, and a part of WC forever. 











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laura white wolfe 




'ueen 



day. ..1951 



May Day and the crowning ol our fairest in Peabody Park are the positive 
signs that winter's last drab traces are gone and spring has painted the land 
with her gay colors. We celebrated this age-old holiday, ever new and ever 
beautiful, in the tradition of Merrye Olde England where legend first placed 
this custom. 



mary copenhaver 

re /aid - of - - Manor 



Joanne sechrest 

1 1' faia - of- ^Mon or 




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Mary Bassett 



Frances Campbell 



Nadia Daughtridge 



may day attendants 



Pat Paton 



Hazelbelle Pearsa 



Carmen Pope 

May Day Chairman 





Betty Lou Merrill 



Margaret Miller 



1951 



The modern dancers interpreted the joy of the village maidens over the coming 
of this new season. The celebration was climaxed by the arrival of the Queen 
of the May and the fourteen ladies of her court. The May Pole dancers wound 
the traditional pole and the Queen was crowned. Then she was entertained by 
the village folk that, for one day at least, she ruled. 



Patricia Reid 



Nell Smith 



Mary Anna Taylor 




FRIDAY. MAY 25 



1951 

commencement 

program 

9:00 P.M. Senior Class Ball — Alumnae House 



SATURDAY, MAY 26 



10:00 A.M. Art Exhibit— Weatherspoon Gallery, 
Mclver Building. 

2:30 P. M. Annual Meeting of Alumnae 
Association — Alumnae House. 

4:30 P.M. Senior Class Day — Front Campus 

8:30 P.M. Guest Performance by Playlikers — 
Aycock Auditorium. 



SUNDAY, MAY 27 



11:00 A.M. Baccalaureate Sermon — Aycock 

Auditorium — Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. 

4:00 P. M. Concert by the Greensboro Orchestra 
and the College Choir — Aycock 
Auditorium. 

5:00 P. M. Informal Gathering for Seniors, 
Parents, Alumnae and Friends — 
Alumnae House. 




MONDAY, MAY 28 



10:30 A.M. Graduation Exercises- 
Aycock Auditorium. 



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the class of '51 passes... 



. . . into history, into the Alumnae 
Association of the- Woman's College. 
We commence a new life and go our 
separate ways. But we'll remember 
\\ C . . . the old and the new. We 
couldn't forget the red jackets that 
were replaced in time by the black 
caps and gowns. We're leaving, but 
our memories will remain with us in 
the years ahead . . . 



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Sarah Dee Vaughan 






Donald Che 



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Students and Faculty Members 


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CAROLINA 

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IMPERIAL 



A Letter to the Classes of 1953 and 1954 




To the sophomores we express 


our appreciation of the confidence \ou placed in 


our 


concern by selecting us to make your class blazers. We sincerely hope that 


the 


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our 


remaining years at college. 






To the freshmen we express 


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\oiir class. We believe that the 


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Chinese and American Dishes 

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See our representative in each dorm 



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the Carolinas 
for 33 years 

112 South Greene Street 



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WHAT 

MAKES 

A CHAMPION 

ATHLETE? 





be safe to say that 



anufacfure high quality texti 
athletic champion is the resu 



IS IT CONDITIONING. . . coaching . . . teamwork . . . physique . . . sportsmanship 
competitive spirit ... or just plain honest-to-goodness athletic skill? 

We don't pretend to be athletic i 
products. But as sporting fans we think 
of all these fine qualities. 

We know that it has taken a combination of great leadership, manufacturing know-how. carefi 
planning, employee loyalty, and skilled teamwork to make Burlington Mills a champion in the teitil 
industry. The Company's many accomplishments and progressive growth during the past 27 years an 
well known. We are proud of this record and equally proud of our 32.000 employees who have wi 
together with real team spirit as members of the Burlington team. 

It's a fact that Burlington's fine fabrics, hosiery and other textile products are truly Woven 
Me Life of America" — just as every Burlington plant is woven into the life of its own community 



ted 



Burlington Mill 

"Woven into O the Life of America'' 




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Barton, Nancy, 111 Field H.I.. Lo,,g,,,ea,l..» . «.-. 

27. 99. loll. 103 

389 >l„nif„rd Ave- V-l 140 Bason. Eric, lie. 1111 Elxdl A,,-.. I.r.rn.b.to 103.181 

Lenora. River Aires. Washington 121 «a„. Gertrude 2113 Hillcrct Aic. Favollo.illc 139 

F... Rl. 1, W inslon-Salem 103 Bass. Grace Irene. 205 Hilleresl Ave.. Fayette. Ille 31.42 

.cdbeltor. Gibson 148 Bass. Jane Ann.-. Box 297. Spring Hope 12. 181 

103 Bass. Jovee Frances. 203 Hilleresl A.e.. Fayette, ille 139 

121 Basset!. Mar. F.. 39 Lucerne Ave.. Ashe.ille 12. 173. 176. 210 

181 Bateman. llola Jovce. Columbia 138 

121 Battc. Margaret, 219 North Oak St., Slatesville 42 

139 Halt,,,. s„-a„ McKinnir. 898 V Fast St.. Kinsion 121 

III Bills. Janet M 31111 Br Iln-ad l„. Jamestown. N. V. 103 

Baits. Viola. Mill, Home. Thomasvillo 1(13.168 

103 Rati,. Mar, ill,. 121 Cherokee 11,1.. Charlotte 121 

112 Elizabeth V..". 3363 Indiana V>c. Southern Pines 

Elizabeth Ann. 21 Camden ltd.. V* ad, sboro 121 

Raleigh 103 



t.ldison. Ill, Hi/.,l„il, Box 1606. Durham 

Ader, Nancy Anne, W alkcrlown 
tdkiiis. Nellie Grey. 211 V Main. Iranklinton 27.31. 

.hern. Mar, I.oui-e. 313 V M. ml. nholl Si.. Croon-hnro 
Albritton. Virginia. 993 W. Cabarrus St.. Raleigh 
Alexander. Belt, Sue. Fine, roll Bd.. Greensboro 
Alexander. Josephine. Box 13. Stony Point 
Alexander. Margaret Ann. 11311 Harding PI.. Charlotte 
Alexander. Mar, Charles. Rt. 1. Wilkcsboro 
Alexander. Charil, Virginia. 3211 F. Windsor St.. Monro 
Allord, Jacqueline P.. Rt. 2. Middlesex 
Allen. Bobbie Fa,.-. Route 1. Snow Camp 

Ml,.,. Ilorotl... S»„„sb„r„ 

Allen. Eleanor Sue. W rslm.ml llr.. Ashrboro 

Allen. Kiel,, Lou. 616 Filth A,.-., « est. Henderson, ill,- 

Allen. Martha Ellen. 193 1 Exing A.e.. Charlotte 

Allen, Patsy Lee. Box 522. Canton 

Allen. Winnifrcd Oemarius. Rl. 6. Box 516. Greensbor 

Vllred. Elizabeth Vnne. 3511 McAdoo A.e.. Greensboro 
Allred. Frances May.-, 1326 W. First St.. « inslon-Salem 

•II. brook. Mar, Iran,.-. 123 Washington. Roauok, Hapi 
Almond. Libb. Ruth. Rt. 1. Box 150. .No London 
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lldrex.. Flora Gelene. Sparta 

ndrew,. Jean Elizabeth. 713 Club BI..L. Ilur 

ndrews. Mary lipton. Glade Valley 

ngstadt. Sonia. 1 1(15 Lilac Bd.. Charlotte 

nthony, Harriett,- Hollon. 8115 I re, com \,c. 

nthon.. Joan Marie. 11 I Gill St.. I.auriiibiirg 

rmfield. Helen Jean. 812 Joins. High Point 



. Sara Isabel. 62 1 Jo, in r 
nne Yvonne, Wendell ' 

Ann. 122 Muntgnu 



St.. Greensboro 1113. IKO 



■ono«. Harriet Shirley. tlll7 Madison A.e.. 

Newport News. Va. 
rii.gton. Robin I, re,. 8 13 Eastern A.e.. Rock. Mount 
rowood. Mar. llirkson. Barium Springs 

ihur. Margaret Ann. 2(11) Vt . king St.. King- Mountain 
700 Bridges St.. Morchcod City 



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hley. Patricio Ann, 423 

31. 40. 99. 161. 

Naney Jan.. 2 168 Ma -,.,,,1 A.e.. Win .-Sal. u, 

Nancy Strain. 926 \\ . Triuil, V.c. Durham 
Ruth James. 316 Main St.. Clinton 

Iwood. Janice Pierce. 225 N llri.e. Buffalo 16, 1*. Y. 

hit. Barbara Anne. 2 17 Gram, r. . PL. Glen Rock. N. J. 

uskern, Miriam June. 11(15 F. 18 St.. Brooklyn. V V. 

ustin. Joan. 229 S. Caldwell. Brevard 11. 

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Bail... Mrs. Nolle Ros 

High Point 

Bailey, Sara Lynn. 17(13 Fountain View, Charlotte 
Baillie. Doroth. B- 2129 Colon, Bd.. Charlotte 
Bain. Gladys Marilyn. Box 215. Rose Hill 
Baker. Alice Jeanne, lit. 2. Pine.ille Rd.. Charlotl 
Baker. Anne Caldwell. 7(13 Elm St.. Lumberton 

Baker, Delia Estelle. 7(15 E. Main St.. Washing 

Baker. Gladys Va.. Va,s 
Baker, laeqnetta Ann. Rt. 1. Oxford 
Ball. Ethel. Box 258. Rt. 1. Sw annunoa 
Ballard. Nancy Jean, Ellerbe 

Ballew. Mary Alice. 1116 link. I I]- High Point 

Balling, r. Nam, Carol, n. Guilford College 
Banks. Betty Jo. Hospital Branch. Morganlon 
Banner. Clara Dee. Ml. Mitchell ltd.. It,,,,, 

Barber. Bet-, Wainwrighl. Box 5 1. Wilk.-bor.. 

Barber, Helen Lorcce, Rt. 1, Elon College 

Barber. Rosemary llay.ll.,. me. 1533 Beech Valley W 



Barker, Sara, 220 Highland Ave., 1 

Itark.-r. loin Elizabeth. III! Matipiu \ 

Bark- dale 11,11., 399 Lake x],„ r ,. i) r .. A ,|, 
Barlow. Mar. Ann. 317 Eighth St.. Hick. 
It-.rlo,.. Mellie 11,11. II, I, I FelloW. Bldg.. 

ear,- Mr. Addison Hewlett. Jr.. Wiln, 
Bam,-, Betty Ruth, Rt. 2. Box 13. Boone 



Elizabeth Daily. 
Ilaugh. Mary Elizabelh, 1310 Dixo 

Baun.gardner. Jo.ce Carolyn. Box 11)3. Pine St.. Belmont 143 

Baxter. Sue Ellen. 2119 E. llcndrix St.. Greensboro 127 

Ba.lor. Be.crly. 1(16 Elm-nod Dr.. Greensboro 

B, am. Mar. Jane. Rl. 1. Box SO. Shelbv 121 

Beam. Mar, Ruth. 113 South Pink St.. (h.rr..ille 121 

Beamer. Hazel Opalene, 148 E. Poplar St.. Ml. Airy 42 

Reamer, Nancy Inn, lit. I. Mount Airy 143 

Beattv. Beulah. Flizahcthtoyyn 103 

Beater. Sail, Ouciicllc. 1325 Sunset Ay,-.. Albemarle 121 

Beck, Melba. 5 18 W. Filleenlh s,.. W in.lun-Saleni 138 

Beck. Virginia Lee. 612 Webb Ay.. Burlington 103 

B.ckner. Barbara Jean. Hi. 2. Clemrnons 127 

II,-, ,. Vnna Marilla. Rl. 7. Box 357. Friendly Rd- 

Greensboro 121, 158. 159 

Bell. Coan. 327 St. James Sq.. Fa.elte.ille 12. 178, 196 

Bell. Elizabeth Ann. lilt E. 17th St.. Charlotte 103 

Bell. Margaret ~o. . 18 l.angw.ll A.e.. Ashe.ille 139 

Hell. Sheila. 2117 N. Park Dr.. Greensboro 121 

Helton. Pcgg.. Grace St.. Mount Aire 103 

Benedict. Thirza Lois. 7ll2 zadkin St.. king, port. Tenn. 139 

11. nil. 1.1. Margaret Anne. Box 62 1. Valdc-e 139 



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B.-nnett. Mar, \nn. 8113 McDonald Ay,-.. Hamlel 
Bennett. Sarah Ella. lit. 2. Stoko.dale 
Bcn.on. Nane, Dudle. . 7ll7 Foiruionl. Greensbor 
Benson. Bull.. 125 North St.. Chapel Hill 
Bcntley, Mar 

It. i Muricllc Jovee. 211 Morris St., Monroe 

Berg. Diane Laura. 15 Patorson A.e.. Nutley. N. J. 
Itcrgniani.. Buta. State llo.pilal. Ralef " 



W . Princes, Anne Rd.. 



121. 179 B.-.ler. Mar, t hri-lin 



Best, Evelyn Moore, 11 

Be,!. Luis. 111. 2. Clin 
Best, Pegg) Eli,., I„- 



628 Fountain Place. Burlington 
Beverly, Louise kail,, rim. Rl. 1. Hclhel 

Bigger. I III. tar..],,,. 222 Anting St.. Shell,. 1 

Bigg.r.laff. Jimmie kathr. n. 12 1 S. Garden St.. Mario. 

Biggs. Joy... 1601 Front St.. Beaufort 

Biklc. Mar. Lou. 912 Salem Ay... Hag. -r. low n. Md. 

Bill. Margaret Elizabelh. Laurel Park. Henderson, ille 

Hilling.. Belt. Grey, Ht. 2. Box 162. N. Wilkcsboro 

Bird. Jan, F.. 2 18 Pry or St.. Brook.. Hie. Fla. 

Itirg. I. larot.n Maude. 213 Mcl.er St.. Greensboro ] 

It.rU., N...I Ph. 111,. 133 Sattorlhwailc Ave.. Null... N. 



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Ionise. Box 950. Pinchurst 
Tommve E. C. Rl. 2. Randleman 

Elizabelh. 9(13 .lor,,-, X,,-.. Win.lnn 
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Black-elder. Sara Lee. 10 1 
Black... II. Emilv. Rl. 1. Pine Hall 
Blacky.. 11. Margaret Ann. Box 38. 
Blake. Jane McLaurin, 
Blake. Marie. 3(19 E. 17lh St., Lumberton 
Hlakcl,. Pcgg. ,..,-. Box 6)1.3. N. Main St.. Cornelius 
Blalock. F.el.n Vim. 611 W . ki>,tt St.. tsheboro 
Blal.ck. Patricia Anne, 1505 N. Queen, Kinston 



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,nn Bergen. 3603-C Parkwood Dr.. 



Bla. lock. Belt, Lee. 1113 Gray land S(.. Green. horn 

Bledsoe. Jane. Laurel Springs 

Blii.lt. Doroth, Anne. 311 Castle Dr.. Apt. B. 

Baltimore 12. Md. 
Blumberg. Joan Elin. 13-33 B Spcrber Bd.. Fairlawn. 
121 
Bobbin. Bois Mac. Rt. 1. Box 147. Como 
Rod, nheimcr. V.ini.- Kathleen. 111. 1. Kernersville 
Bodie. Jacqueline. 11)1 Snipe. St.. Kannapolis 
Boerner. Trilh. Ann. 1(16)1 E. Polo Rd.. 

Winston-Salem 
Bogarl. Na.,.y B,,.,-„. 1 HI Fisher Park Circle. Green. 
Hogarl. Peneiope III aim 12311 N. Market St.. Washi, 
lege St., White, ille 



Il.i. 5(18 So 
1, Vale 
3027 Cardinal Dr.. 



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Louise. 1793 Robin Hood 
Ethel Crawford. 225 Ha, 

Evelyn, Rt. 4. Louisburg 
Boozer, Barbara Anne. Box 881. 
Bore. y.la Josephine. 232 SoUltl Third 

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Bos!, Elizabelh Anne. 304 W oodsway Lane, Lenoir 139 

Bouhu... Bella. 2 Hillcr.-.l. F.nka ' 44 

Houldin. Marlha Jan.. Alt Arbor Rd.. W instun-Salem 140 

Boulu-. Elizabelh. 95 Buinlr, Si.. Concord 31, 103, 179 

Bounous. Ilt.rl.ara Con.tance. Valdese .148 

Hoyden. Doroth, Rebecca. Teachev 121 

Box d.-n. Floret Farl. 3111) N. Vu.lubon Ave.. 

Cl.l.boro 142, 1A1, 1A8 

Box. loo. Lena Anne. Summerlield 143 

Boxen. Emil.- R.bbins. 323 N. Market s,.. Wa-hinglon 140 

Boxen. Joyce. 6117 Ouecn. Windsor 121 

Boxen. Miriam Louise. 3901 Oleander Dr.. W ilminglon 

Bowers, Claire, Rich Square 11.179 

Bowers. Molly. 678 Ir.ing Si.. Winslon-Salem 148 

Bowman. Birmah. Folio, k S,.. s,]„,a 143 

Bowman. Bulox. 3312 Windsor Dr.. Charlotte 44.183 

Boy.llc. Pegg. Joyce. 1215 S. Tarboro St.. Wilson 103 

Ho. kin. Sue. 4)19 Hill St.. Wilson 103. 1AA 

Bra-ken. Elizabeth Ban... 1223 Dilxorlh Bd.. Charlotte 103 

Bradficld. Laura. Dillon. S. C. 103 

Bradford. Virginia Anne. Box 73. Marsh, ille 31. 103. 179 

Bradle.. Ina Lou. 3311 Sterling St.. Greensboro 143 

Brad., tu.lr.-i. 1313 Summit A.e. Greensboro 143.148 

Bragg. Barbara 'line. 2 12(1 Monroe S).. W ilminglon 

Bramlell. Norma French. Rt. 2. Canton 139 

Brandon. Amelia Anne. ) ramrrton 141 

Bran,.,,,,. Maril.n. 29), \ anderbilt Rd- Ashe.Ule 140 

Brcedrn. Sara Alice. Box 591. Morganlon 103 

Brcsnahnn. Pauline Eslelle. 3718 W indom PL, .N.W ., 

Washinglon 1A. D. C. 138 

Brewer, Bel!.. 11)18 Nichols Dr.. Raleigh 143 

Brexor. Elizabelh Mua.t. Jamesville 138 

Bridge-. Essie Virginia. Bt. 2. Box 90. Forest Cily 103 

Hrinklc. Dai-. Jane. 315 W. Guilford St.. Thomas.ille 141 

Brinklc. J.,., I,.,. 12 Fourth Rd- Great Neck. N. Y. 141,173 
Brin..,,,. Pat-. Jane. 1311 Trent lll.d.. New Bern 121 

Brill. Mar. Ann. 1(17 I ind.a. St.. High Point 143 

Brill. P.ggy Ann. 5t)9 S. Audubon Aye- Goldsboro 142 

It, «.,,. Glad,. I)„r.,„a„. inn Ilarr,- -I Burlington 

Brock, lol.cn. 501 Pearl S).. Fayette, ille 103.139.167 

Brock. Mae. Box 173. Warsaw 103 

Brook-. Dori- 7211 Marlin Circle, kannapolis 142 

Brook-. Josephine. 23 Shepherd St.. Raleigh 1 4. 99. 1 6(1. 1 79 

Brothers. Ann. 1804 Trenl Bltd- New Bern 30. 36. 4 1. 53. 99 
Brown. Barbara Ann, 439 Pee Dee Ave., Albemarle 143 

Brown. Barbara Anne. 520 S. Hawthorne Rd- 

W inston-Solem ** 

Broxn. Ouida Rrabslon. 301 E. Park A.e- Charlotte 121 

Rrown, Dorothy Morion, 1127 Porrish St.. Greensboro 

Hrown. Frances Jay. Rt. 1. Mooresville 141 

Brown. Joe Evelyn. Sparta 44 

Brnwn. Kalherine Bland. 811 Arbor Rd- Winslon-Salem 140 
Brown. Lois Couhle. Box 11(111. Sali-I.or, 143 

Brown. Margaret Elizabeth. Rl. 2. Tarboro Highway, 

Roekv Mount 103 

Hrown. Airs. Marguerille Eleanor Jones. 1509 Seminole Dr.. 

Greensboro 1° 3 

Rrown. Marjorio Jean. Rl. 1. Norlh Fork Rd- 

Block Mountain 121 

Hrown. Martha Elizabeth. W cloy or Ter. Holston Hills. 

Knoxville. Tenn. 121 

Broxn. Nane. Inn. 36 Hillside Crcsrcn). Nutley. N. J. 142 

Brown. Bub. Jewel. 6t)5 S. Ay cock St.. Greensboro 144.148 

Brown. Bu)h Elizabeth. Are,, .1,11 Ave- Zebulon 

Brow,,, somal.igh. Box 82. Burgaw 140 

Brown. Virginia Elinor. Monlieello Bd- W ,„ er. ille 10S 

Brow,.,-. Bct,y Boss. 5113 S. Green. Morganlon 141 

Bruii.lc. . Mary Garland. 1 nii.n Rd.. Gaslonia 127 

Brul..,,. Margaret Ann. 101 W. Williamson. White, ill, 121 

Bryan. Joseph M.-k.iy. I illinglon 44,174 

Hr.a.,1. B.-y.rly. 1915 sterling ||.l- Charlotte 121 

Bryant. Julia. 315 «. Park Ay,.. Charlolle 121 

Kry.on. Charlotte Ann. Box 575. Brvson City 121 

Bry.on. Shcba Karen.-. Tuekasegee 143 

Buchanan. Dorothy Vnne. 2111)9 liberty Dr.. Greensboro 144 

Buck. Margie. 210 W. Lenoir Ay... Kinston 44,179 

Hugg. Nellie Dayis. Maeon 36.45.66.99 

Bugg. Rosa Elizabeth. Maeon 143 

Buie. Merle. P. O. Box 718. Fayclteville 127 

B.illar.l. Barbara Joan. 3310 Pollock PL. Raleigh 143 

Bullard. Elizabeth Moor.. 2123 Selxyn Ave. 

Charlotte 27. 11)3. 167 

Dullard. Hilda l.ra.. DM I hurchill Dr.. Fayelleville 27. 121 

Buu.gar.lner. E.el.n Louise. 115 Do. er St.. Shelby 143 

Bunch, thai lotto. 110 Virginia Rd- Edenton 

27. 45. 67. 99. 160 
Bunch. Jeanne Elizabeth. 35116 Nichols Ave., S.E.. 

W ashinglun 20, D. C. 142 

Bunn. Anne. 62" Hamilton St.. Roanoke Rapids 121 

Bonn. Blonnie Dale. Pine Dri.e. Murf rr.-boro 

Bunting. Svl-ia Lee. 3633 Joeelyn St.. N.W., 

Wa,hingl„n 15. D. C. 121 

Bunion. Pegg. J- I nion Grove 141 

Bureh. Margar.l I arringlon. 2708 kiltrell Dr.. Raleigh 143 

Burehctte. Pauline. Ronda 45 

Burge,,. Louise Helen. 6345 S. I niversity Ayr., 

Chicago 37. III. 4S 

Burgill. Juannah. 211) W. Main St.. l.inrolnton 148 

Hon., tn. I Elaine. B,.x 2 12. Highland, 143 

Burnie. Ann. Marie. Rt. 3. Box 275. Wilmington 138 

Burris. Nancy. 2(11 Church St.. Leaks. Hie 148 

Burton. Carolyn Gilbert, Rl. 2. Box 254, Greensboro 

27, lOS, 167 
Burton. Nancy Anne. 411 W. Radiance Dr., Greensboro 

31. 45. 169. 183 
Butler. Martha Marie. 303 Beaver St., Forest City 148 

Butler. Pat,. Met lellan.l. 18112 N. Walnut St. Lumberton 121 
Butl.-r. Valin.la. Rt. 3. Hurlington 121 

Butner. Emil,. 2(1)15 Colonial PL. Winston-Salem 137,143 

Butt,. Sarah Ann. Rt. 2. Halifax 127 

Uinuin. Bet,>. 230 1 Elizabeth A,e- Winslon-Salem 121 

Bvram. Mary Louise. W. llllh St.. Washington 148 

Bird. Lucy Carol. 126 E. Fisher A,,-., Greensboro 

27. 43. 182. 183 
Bvrd. Doris Bryan. Box 162, Rt. 2. Lenoir 45 

B,rd. t.lenna. 523 W. II, ml. r-nn. Morion 105 

Bird. Margaret Ann. Rt. 2. Burlington 148 

Bvrd. Mar, Elizabeth. General Deli, cry. Worth, ille 139 



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Carter, F.mll., .".IT tt I Mil, si.. slier I|„ 

Carter, (ana All,-.,,, n..x 713. :io<, V Green si.. Morganlo 
Carter, Jeaala Carol, Davidson 

Carter. Lena Alfnrd. II. ,\ I2(i. Maxlon 

Carter, Sarah Holme*, l:n s. Bawthorns Il.l.. Wlniton-Si 
26, 27. 16, 

Carlsrlght. II.--;.. Hampton, ille 

Csjrlwrlght, l.»n ll«,. Harmony 

larlsrighl. S.l.ll l.r.,. II amploii, ille 

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I Hi,-.. ILrt.ir.l Merle. 1229 Norths I St.. I ...... . I... n. 

I> Wlnitr.d. II 111, \\ ,,r Terr 

I. Ml,.,. Carl.,,.. s„„ r ,. Stall..,,. I..,. I ., 

I ..„.!,>. II. ti, Sue. (.112 K. \irginia Ave., Hesse 
IJU.O. 11.11. /.,,„. High Point St.. Km.. Handle; 
Cause. Il..r..th, Louise. Inlo From St.. Croonsl 
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I lari.lgr. N.„„, ll„il. 22111 H.r.I St.. Raleigh 
I lurk. Mi. ■,. K.lliir. ll,.x | 13. Enfield 
i:iork. Belly Sue, 1113 Circle Dr.. Burlington 
Clark. Christine Elisobclh, Rt. 1. Rcidsville 
Clark. Freda Ellen. 1121 s.„„l ||i|| H,|.. Ashe, ille 
Clark. Mildred Brail. 111. I. Box SB. I a, .11, , ill,. 
Clarke. Belle Ward. 302 S. Green St.. Morganlm. 
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11". 123. 17'». IHO. IK3 

I 'lodleller. D„r„lh>. 3 1 H Model Far,,, 11,1. . High I'oint 17. 1 7 9 

I lo.Heller. Pat... Model Farm Il.l.. High Point 123 



Coal.. Jot eel) n I.oui.e. 201 Parker St. s,,,,, |,| 

Cohb. Betty Lee. Box 31. ClifTsido 

Code,. Elisrhell. I S71II1 N. 11.1, 11,1.. Arlinitto 

lolle). Margaret Josephine. S708 N. 11th Rd„ 

Arlington. Va. 
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Cohan, Sybil Joyce, 634 Jefferson PI.. Pete 

Cohnoii. Sara Ann. Columbia 

Coker. Evangeline, lit. 



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Crockett, Bertha C, 1 IS E. I ni, 

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Cross. Joan Lee. 231 Libert. St.. A.hehnro 
Cross. Mar) Ann. lit. S. Box 297. Il.i.l.. ill. 
I...... V,,,., 1.. 173 111,.,,. I,a>. I Terr., \|,i. I" 

llaekensaek. N. J. 

Cros.le,. Joan Helen. 2211 I Hi tl, I.e.. » 

Crouch. Frances Beatrice, 9(111 Fa-I lrcl.ll ., 

Moore., ille 
Crouch. Pickell. 107 Ahertiath. , Lenoir 

Crowder, Rebecca, P.-achland 

Crowe, Frances Vivian, 29(1 V Bridge St., Ilk 



Towson 
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Culbrelh, Craj 



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Elizabeth. Rt. 1. Blanch 
Evelyn Ann. 918 Country ( 



llrauul 

I 

llri..r. Ma 



103 llunn. 



Durham. Palri.ia .,.., III, III. 

II.,.. I 11../. I I l„ ..I. .ll. II... •<„, ».,„.» 

ll- .. r lion, lor.lta. III. I. Bo. 66. ban, .a 

Dyhrberg, Barbara Hi i EUsahelh Cltj 



Fak.r. Marfan 



v.... 1-1 ■ 

llr. II... k, 



Durham H.I . < h » ,.. I 11,1 



III. 3. shell,. 



1 122 »l.rn 



Roanoke, \ ... 

,11. Mar, Vli. . . 111. 

.it. \a,„,. Stan 



I ..ih.ri,... Hi. 2. 

1.113 K, l,ll-„ 



hi-..,.. Betty I 
eridge, I ..rri. 



I 12 



„ SI.. II, ul, Po.nl 

.ill Twelfth si.. I 
, 2IS. I I.. I. 



st.. in. 



Main St., Wb.tak.r- 

F ..banks. Mar. Ml.,, or. 1 11 

Fur.. Ph. Hi- Page, Fur. 

F.a,,-. Hell- » heeler. M...I..M 

F, .,„.. II Box 222. Na.h.ill. 

l-ai... Ira II. mice. 7 7", la.r.o - Il.l 11,1 



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Mar.hall. I auri 



7 «. Colonial A.e.. 

Collier. Jo Ann. Pike, ill. 

Collin.. Barbara. III. 6. I.reeti.horo ltd.. Hei.ls.ille 

Hi.-. Dorothea Helen, 21 E. Main St.. I ...... Ii,, 

I ..Hi,,.. Ilolti. Lou. Box 87, Angicr 

Collin,. Maeie 11 ir hard. on. SIS W c-l sixth I.e.. I.. 

207 S. Chapman St.. Greensboro 



Cone. Cecelia Mar,. 3111 Dixie Trail. Raleigh 
Ionic. 11,11. Jean. Hi 3. Marion 
Conn. Catherine Faye. Rt. 2. Box 16. llcndcr 
Connor. Margaret Jovcc. Box 211. Rich Squar 
Connor. Virginia I.. 21IOS Charlotte Dr.. Cha, 
Connolly. Patricia. 531 West 8th St.. Plainlie 



lopelan.l. 



olh), 120t> Bothwc 
Elisabeth Whitman, 



k. Peggie lean. Duke Poser (,... Hillside 

Docker. Lorraine Helen. 2n I lairfax Dr.. Win 
,b- Card. in. Deni-e Henrietta. Marine Dept.. Car 

Pair.. I I .... Marie.. \.,,e, „.!.,. s. ),„ 

Don,.,. Jean Stone. 9211 Cos per Dr.. Raleigh 
D.Sharo. Mar.hall. 119 sixth St.. VI.. t,.|. 2. 



l,ie. Job,,-.,., St. 



Do. inc. Mar. Jane. 71.119 3 111, V.e.. 

\. \. 
II. \... I hr-tina Florence. 57 Heckle 

Red Bank. N. J. 
DeWilt, l.l.nna. 2M9 Walker \,... 

lie. to.,. -„..,„. HoX 11... Sprue, P,„. 

Dickc. Norma Bruce. 310 \t . Di.inr 

Dickorson. Mrs. Edna L. Glhsonvll 

Diets. Carolyn. Box 522. lieblab. V 

Diets. Helen Rh.no. 3<>9 Monlfurd \.e.. \-ho.ill 

llillar.l. B.tt.e Jo. Willsrd 

Dillard. Jessie Ruth. I.l.n.lal. -|,r, lls . 



50, 166, 1TO. 182 



I alb. 



nUdrcd D Hi ". Bender 

Nan.. too 212 Wil-on St.. 
Marian. Box 17 I .11- ■ it] 



Farah. Pri-.illa Iran..-. 329 ,..rk t.. Ii- k 

I ..rail. Ho.emon.l. Hit \. Marl,., St.. Ml. I Hi. o 
larb.s. Mar, Ellon. 11117 » s..„,|, S,.. Ralou-h 
larb.s. Mil.lr. .1. Ill 1 11 audi. ...an 
I ariose. Hounc a French, Box 1117. sophia 

I ar.oer. \n„ Hull- ISO". Prii, -I. » Mini 

I ,r,o.r. M.rll, . I II. u. 21"'. X.rl,..,. Dl 

larmer. Mac Ha.,-. Kl. 1. Marble 

I armor. Rulh Lonora. Box 105. Hail. . 

Farrcll. Patricia Jean. 111. I, l|"> 

I ..rrin-loo 11. ,„,..,, a Hugh. Ill I It... 

1 arrior, Grace, Box I 17. Bnrgaa 

Farlhine. Dixi. Ha., \alle Cruris 
Farthing, Katy 
Fanccttc, VI... 
Faust. Nanc I . 

I . imali I' - 

I r -. Fro, 

I . rgnaon. >l ,r-, 



SI. 169, 182 



Bd.. Br 



n. Mildred Jack 511 N. I . nlral 

lorrcll. Ann Gamble OII2 Buehsnan Bl.d.. 
Fetser. Nanc Anno. 525 Maple A.... Reids. 
Fc. Anna R.. 120 Miller St.. Win.ton.Salrn. 
Finch. Julia B> num. 2X6 Bells Si H.ol.r 
Finchor. Rose. III. 1. Il.„ 229. Concord 



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Finlc. Pats, Ruth. 211 Tenth St.. Ccan.er 

Fish. Geraldinc, Box 626, Clyde 

Fishbach. J...,-.- E.flin, 915 Washington A.,. 

Brooklyn 23. ,N. Y. 
Iishel. Elvnnr J. an. 1817 Georgia Ave.. W ii 
Fisher, Dorolh, Faye. 212 Da, is St.. Fayctl 
Fisher. Alar, (. Ia.lv-. I. ramie Ouarr, 
Fisher. Mar. Roberta. 1(1(11 Jackson St.. 

Roanoke Kapids 
Fisher, linth Eleanor. Bov 7. Alexander 
Flaek. Ann. 7 Magnolia St.. Forest City 
Fleet, Mary F... 629 Easlern A,e. Rock, Mo, 
Fleishman, I.l. 111! (Hi,, lid.. I- a, cite, ill.- 
Floyd. Barbara Delores. 1118 Eastern A.e.. It, 
Flovd. Jean. 18(11 Chestnut St.. Charlotte 
Floyd, Joanne, Box 17 1. Gcanilc Falls 
Flvnt, Aliee Carolvn. Box 82. Cros.nore 
Fl,nt. Phyllis Ann. 8 12 L,„ kland Ave., W ii 
Fogleman. Jean. Rt. 6. Greensboro 

' ■ on St., High Point 






e. 1626 Iri, 



Rt. 



, ill, 



Forney 


Clare, Rt. 2, 


\\ estport. 








Fortune, Ma 






Foster, 


Barbara Ann 


301 Pi. 1). 


law arc, Dela 


ud. Fla. 




Fost.r. 


Blanehe. Bla 








178. 


Fouler 




Club Blvd 


. Durham 




3 


Fouler 






<L. Mount A 


Iry 107, 


161, 


Fowler 


Hazel Pair,, 


a (Patsy), 


1021 Monmouth Ave. 




Durham 






27. 31 


,55, 



I ran 



II. on 



I lain 



Ashcvillo Rd.. 
ille Rd'.'. Wayne 



FVancis, Shcarc] 

I ranrk.' M "'"" I ... ard. 831 
Franklin. Ph, His Delia. 3 Annbler lid.. Ashcvillc 
Crazier. Isabella. HI9 N. || umplirr, -. Flag-lall. \ 
Freeman, Bessie Jane. Rt. 5, 912 Shepherd St.. 

Il.i.d.rsnnville 
Frecma 
I r na 

Freeman. Thrlnia Joanne, 2516 Sylvan Rd., Green 

French, Belt. Jean. 1(18 Hlan.lv, 1 A.e.. Greensb, 

Friday, Kalhryn. 123 N. Caldwell St. Sal. .bur. 

Friddle. Ruth Danes. Walnut Cove 

Friedman. Edna He, a. 221(1 Floral Ave.. Chariot 



Roanoke. Va. 


55. 178. 


Fulcher. Frances Dana, 215 Woodland St.. 




Davidson 27.30.31.55.81 


99, 160, 


Fuller. Bobbie Leigh. Norlina 




1 uller. licit, Sue. Libertv 




Fuller, Jan.-. 310 Bickelt SI.. Monroe 


125, 


Fuller. Jo Ann. 110 N. Alexander St.. Ml. Doll. 




Fuller. Mildred Lowe. Rt. 1. Pisgah Forest 




Fulton. Barbara Ann. Walnut ( .... 




Fu,|uay. Margaret. Ri. 1. Snow Camp 




Furlong. Reno Ann. 31 S. Twelfth St.. Hickor. 


125, 


Furnas. Marcia Ann. Guilford College 




Furr, Katherine. l.eorgia Rd., franklin 




1, ,„■. .1 „,,i Stewart, 2()7 W. Calhoun St.. Sumter 


125. 



Cailher. Mar, Norroni. Crcswell 

Gale, Laurel Anne. 95 Prcscott St.. Cambridge 

Gales, Peggv J. an. 1012 Sou, hern A.e.. Fax rile 

Gallagher. Muriel. 191 Ridge* I A.e.. Ridge* 

Camh.-ll. Johnsic. Sparta 
Candy, Betty Sue. Rt. 3. Darlington, S. C. 
Ganlt. Doris Dolores. Mount Doll. 
Gardner, Lois Kathryn, N. Cross St.. Augier 
Gardner, Marilyn Dean. 823 Propston Terrace. 

Gannon, Bell. Lee, 1713 Fountain Me*. 1 barb 
Garrett. Lorna. 122 Field, r. -I Rd.. Draper 
Garrison, Clclia. 291) Orange St.. Darlington 
Garrison. Sura Jo. lit. 2. Burlington 
Garvey, Sarah Mac. 2319 Maplewood Ave.. 

Winston-Salem 
Garvin, Barbara. Box 2,,5. Spruce Pine 
(.a- tin.au. Martha Grace, lillington 
Gaston. Martha E.cl.n. 2(112 lla.wood Rd.. Wis 

Caston, N.nc, lee. 211 1 2 Da.* 1 ltd.. W. Asl, 

Cato.ood. Maud Floranee. Box 12. Ian..,, ill. 
Galling, Bee. 519 Hermitage Court, Charlotte 
Gavett. Elizabeth Ree, 2013 Whitehall St.. 

Harrisburg. Pa. 
Ga, in. Mar. Snip,-. Il„x 33 1. Magnolia 
Gay. Lucille. Black Creek 
Gavle, Beverly Fowler, Box 213-214 N. Anders 



Gee, Shirley Ann, 703 E. W 

Johnson City, Tenn. - 

... I... ... Betsy, 1534 Lafay. 



57th St.. Brooklyn 19. 



Gibson. Nannie l.orrena. Itt. 1, Mebane 
Gilbert, Clara Evelyn, Star Route Sib r I il, 
Gilbert, Nancy Barbara, 6(1 1 South Shore ltd.. 

Absecon, N. J. 
Gilliam. Barbara Nan. Rt. 3. Sanford 
Gills. Lucilc. 1331 Whitethorn St.. 

Bluefiel.l. \\ . A a. 
Glascock. Sara Jane. 1113 Hodges St.. South Bos 
Glass. Rcbcca Self. 33 1 I Powhatan Ave.. 

Baltimore. Md. 
lib a Mar, Nell Calkins. 200 N. Laurel A.e. 

Apt. 11-B. Charlotte 
Glenn. Mali- -a Marion. 9,l(. ( I,.-, nut St.. Mender- 
Glenn. Peggy. 461 Chestnut Ave.. W avne-boro. 
Gobble, Janie Leigh. Hi. I Box 150. Hamlet 
(....lb... Il,,ri- Inn, Pil.on S,., North W ilkesborc 
Godsh.dk. Marcia Lois. 3(15 Mar, and A.e. Vldal 
973. Fayette, ille 



Colorll, ltd.. L. no 
I. Shell,, 
ia. 7()7 Market St.. \\ i 
lenn s,.. Fronklinton 
x 1,7. Ilill-boro 
. Bcl.in A.e.. Durham 



■KM, Nelson Si.. Kin 



Lamar Av. 
Graham. Doris Ann. Clyde 
Cra.ely. Ellen Brogden. 734 W. Main 
Gravelv, Jean Marie. 104 F. " " 



Ele 



V\ a-hlllgl. 

n. 104 Franklin A.e.. Brevard 
09 W . Wad, St.. tt adesboro 
523 S. State St.. Lexington 
2. Hobcrson.illr 

er St.. Charlotte 

st Jefferson 

ax 78. Lillington 



Gray, Nancy. 

Gray. Patricia Anne. 2011 v* 

Gra. heal. Nancy Katherine. 

Green. Anne Bridges. Rt. 1. B, 

Green. Cora Lillian. 1.. 

Creen, Cornelia Fli/ahclh. 2(13 ft. Main St.. 

Thomasvillr 100 

Green, Elsie Jan.. 2(11 Walnut SI.. tt a, i.e., ille 27,57. 

Green. Emily. 120 S. Marshall St.. W. insion-Salem 57. 

I.e. . ,,h. eg. Her. .ice F.Iith. 1138 Br. ant Ave.. 

New York 59, N. Y. 107. 

Greene, Alma Louise. Rt. 1, Box 13R. Parkcrsburg 
Greene. Ann Inez. 1838 Wcndo.cr ltd.. Charlotte 
Greene. Elizabeth, A adkin College 125. 

Greene. Franc- l.uui.e. 5112 S. Sixth s,.. Smithncld 147 
I re Id,, Alexander. 1838 Wcndo.cr Rd.. 



College 



Charlotte 
Greene, Nancy Lee, 

Greene, June Carol. 

Greene. Tommie J.. 102 Charlotte St.. Washington 57, 

Gregg, Betty Jean. Box 632. Thomas, ill,- 

Crrsham. Alar. Jane. Beula.illc 

lire,. France- Elizabeth. 919 Fourth Ave. Henderson, ille 

I'rilfin. tn'n. 2(18 Ma.'-'.'.' St.. Scima ' 107, 

Griffin. Lena Margaret. R.,1. bins, ille 

(.riHin. Mar, Alice. Rt. 1. Box 64. W illiamston 

l.rilli... Mar, l.oui.e. lot Willi, St.. W illiamston 57. 

Griffin, Nell Caroline. Itt. 3. Hock, Mount 
Griffith. M.ra Hi.,. 3.111 Hidgewood Ave., Charlotte 
Griffith. Shirle, Paulding. I.oesburg, Va. 
Griggs. Barbara Jean, Pearl St., Pagcland. S. C. 
Griggs. Margaret Olivia. 705 Lineolnton ltd.. 

Salisbury 125, 

Grill. Catherine. Box 37. Yalde-e 27. 31 

arel. Bt. 1. Box 12(1. louisburg 
(.11 Universlt] Dr.. Durham 57.164, 
It mar, Sir,.!. Chapel Hill 



Cri.wold. Eleanor. 1 
Grogan. Mary Alice. 3 
(.rogan. Margaret ( Pe| 



l-r Marjorie C. II Ma 



P. L.I. 517 Park 



r. Jean Barton. 804 Lake Boone Trail 
Bets.. Jean. 8 19 Jersey A,... Wln-t 
rson, W innifred. New Bernian Apts. 
.* Bern 

n. Dorothy Louise. Rt. 2. Chadbourn 


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Shirley Mac 
Shirle, Uiei 


833 Wri-Ion PI 
33 S. Spring Ga 


. Charlotte 
rden Ave., 


3 



Mrs. Dorothy Cai 
Hal,-,. Bets,. F.b.n College 
Daley, Sue. Rt. 2. Elon College 
Hall. Anne II.. 620 II....I ltd.. Charlotte 1 
Hall. Barbara Anne. 11(15 Randolph St.. Sou 
Hall. Helen. Pine (one Dr.. Oxford 
Hall. Joan Corinne. Mavodan 

197. Ka 



Roll.. 1 11. 



si.. Br. 



Hall. Pcgg, 



Itt. 1. Trinity 



Hauler. Angela. 2 1 9 



2...-, Ma. I,, II I'k .. 1 ,ii 



Davis, Smitbfie 



Carrol. 516 E. 



Hammond. Helen May. 2017 
Hampton. Nanev Lucille. Rt. 3. Rulhcrfordton 
llamrirk. Sail, J„. Fir-l St.. Tr,„n 
Hancock. Dori- S.. Box 3119. Siler Citv 
Handle,. Elizabeth. 1312 Park Ave., A, Goldsbc 
Hannah, Lucille. Hi. 1. Franklin 
Bay St., 



Hardin, Alice. 2 1(1(1 Battleground Ave.. Creens 
Harding. Elizabeth Morrison. Cana 
Harding. Margie. Alain St.. Pilot Mountain 
llarlcss. Carolvn Louise. Rt. 5. Box 311. Lenoil 
Harman. Fran... Merri.uon. Box 33. Sk.land 



Martha Joe. Box 382. Young St.. Fo 
ton. Belt, Grey. 216 Alorxen ltd.. W a. 
ton. Katharine Lou. Rt. 2, Sanford 

Ann. 1113 Queens ltd.. West, Charloi 



— Harri. 



. Box 140, Mel .an-, ill,- 
s.lw,,, Ave. Charlotte 
: Heilig Ave. Salisbury 



Harris. Frances Louise. Pil.on St.. North W ilkesbo 

Harris. Janet, Fairgrove Forest. Thomas, ille 

Harris. Alarlha Ann. 1116 W. Marion St., Shclbv 

Harris. Alar, Alice. Norwood 

Harris. Patricia, 1714 Church St.. Jacksonville, 

Harris. Virginia Jane. 37(10 Parkwood Dr.. Greer 

Harris. Virginia Johnson. 1719 College Ave.. 



Green St.. W ilson 



Hai 

Courts. I.umbcrto 
Harris.. Pri-cilla Jeiinina-. I 8112 I, race SI.. Wilmington 
Had. Jean. Rt. 4. Oxford 
Hart. Virginia. Rt. 3. Moorrsville 
Han. Sharon Filch. Rt. 6. Box 322. Greensboro 
Hartzog. Delores Ann. 29119 Hosteller St.. Raleigh 14 

Hartzoge. Mildred Joan. 19115 Georgia St.. Greensboro 

Harutunian! Eleanor.' 7 5* trf a A, .-.'. "icli'.-rln! l'r.n™ 10 
Hasscll. Lucille. 823 Oakland ■-,.. Henderson, ill.- 12 

Hastings. Hciia Pauline. 809 N. Road St.. 

Elizabeth City 
lla.lv. E,cl,,i S„,iih. 2(13 S. Church St., Monroe 
Hathawav. Dor.. lb, Grime.. 1111 N. Waved. St.. 

Farmville 
Hatsell. Carolie. Sil.erdalr 
Ha. field. Helen Hou-loll. 2737 lie, o ll-lli re PL. N .W .. 

W ashington. D. C. 
Ha.k. Jane Ca.lord. 62(1 Cra.cn St.. New Bern 
Hawkins. Wylma Ruth. Rt. 1. Leicester 
Ha, dock-Wilson. Selma. 209 Peachlree Circle. N.E.. 



II.,., 



Rt. 



Box 235, Durham 



Ha, ii.-.. Nam, Cwinilh. A adkinville 

Ha.*ood, Pal-, Jean, 327 South Torrence St., Charl 
Havwood. Tommie, 327 S. Torrence, Charlotte 
Head. Nancy Ann. Rt. 3. Matthews 

H.afncr. Alarlha Ann. 113 N. Cedar St., Lineolnton 
lleafncr. Mar, J, an. 113 N. Cedar St.. Lineolnton 
Heck. Margaret Karen. 213 Wet 10th St.. Salisbury 
63. High Point 



Heinsberger, Call 
Lumberton 

Helms. Margaret 
Chai 



1571 Querns 
x 135. Alarioi 



Hemphill. Rebecca Lee. B 

Henderson. Anne. 129 W adesboro A.e., Moor... 
Henderson. Elizabeth Anne. 3 12 Albright A.e. (in 
Henderson, f ranee, fa,,. 8(17 MrPherson St.. Fa,, 
Hendren. Franc. Helen. Box 2 12. Candor 
Hendrix. Edilh. Box 117. Rockingham 
Hendrix. Jo Ann. 219 S. Tre„,„„l Dr.. (ireen.boro 
llcnkel. Sarah Jane. 1717 W ilmore Dr.. Charlotte 

llcnkcl. Shirle, I na. 103 W ,-l Front St.. Stales, 

Henncberger. Sara Agnes. Box 237. Tr... 
Herman. Frankie Marie. Itt. 1. Box 18. Conover 
Herring. Lois. W allace 

abeth. 161(1 Queens Boad West. 



I I,., 



Ruth. 



Mary France 
High. Helen, 131 



Tho 



Oak. Selma 
-on St.. Rock 
Highlill. 

Greensboro 
Hill. Anne. III. 1. K. mers, ille 
11.11. Belt. Clyde, 1311 Anderson St.. Wilson 125 

Hill. Dori- Helen,. 338 Mum. St.. Greensboro 

Hill. Elizabeth Howell. 1713 Ann St.. Wilmington 

Hill. I.allue Rose. Itt. 2. Sluilhficld 

Hill. Louise Burlier. 2113 II, Ian Ave, Hamlet 

Hill. Mary Louise. 21115 Brandon Circle. Charlotte 7 

Hill. N.„,e. Jean, 111. 3. High Point 

Hill. P.gg, Ann. U\S< ■■ Pollock St.. New Bern 

Hilton. Elizabeth. I Mitchell Ave.. Ashcille 

Hine, Barbara Ann. Rl. 6. Kcrnersville ltd.. Winston-Salem 

Hincs. Alarian, 4705 Wrightsville Ave. Wilmington 

Hinnanl. Mar, B.. 27l>7 Sherwood A,e, Charlotte 

Hobbis. Valerie Ga,. 178 N. Pleasant A.e. 

Ridge* ood. N. J. 
Ilobbs. Alarv Belh. 1938 Sterling Rd.. Charlotte 7 
Hobgood. Carrie Waikin-. Finch Ave. Oxford 
Mucker. Palrieia. Box 123. Guilford 

Hodges. Gwendolen (... 108 Hamilton St., Roanoke Rapids 
Hod-.-. Rebecca Jane 2503 Leslie Ave., 

Alexandria. Va. 
Hoflcr. Annie Margaret. R.F.D. Hubbs.ille 
Hogan, Dorothy Galli.. Itt. 2. Chapel Hill 
Hogshead. Jean. 2211 S. Tremonl Dr.. Greensboro 
Moll. r,.„k. Custa.ia Susan, 1227 Eastern Ave., 

Rocky Mount 36. 60 

Holeomb. Rachel Edith. Rt. 1. Y adkinville 
Holden. Rose Alarie Box 1221. Shallottc 

Holder. Nanev Jeannine IHI18 E. 7lh St.. Charlotte 27.2; 
Holland. Ashle, Ann. 26 1 7 Bcechwood St.. Greensboro 
Holland. Elizabeth Ann. Olin 

Holland. Margaret McClure. 912 W. South St.. Raleigh 
Holland. Ma.i- Geral.linr. Box 3 1. Salcn.burg 
Hollinger. Jean. 305 South St.. Gastonia 
llolloman. Jessie I.-igh, 510 C. C. Road. Ahoskie 



Ha. 



Tavlo 



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241. D 
23 t. M 



Indian Sprit 

127, 
(Valker Ave., Greensboro 
.idson 27. 109. 158. 



Ann. 5 Grubb St.. Hertford 
703 Countrv Club Dr., Wilmington 
Blowing Bock 23, 27, 

ella, 328 Greene St.. Boone. Iowa 

309 Lexington St., Rocky Mount 



Lois Ellen. Box 146, Sta 



-alec Beach. Fla. 
Mar, Orr 

Phyllis Shrum. 408 S. Poplai 
" Burgaw 



Si.. I in 



ll...„er. Ja 



Dorolli, Alac. Box : 
. Helen W renn, 1315 Wake Forest Rd.. Raleigh 

Mary Anne, 1707 Chestnut St.. Lumberton 
,. Susan Elizabeth. Fremont 
. Dorothv Ann. Rt. 2. East Bend 
. Laura Ann. 21.3 Church St.. High Point 



llarlin. '-2 old - I. irl. 



Rd., 



Horn. Julia Joanne. Itt. 1. Lawndale 

Horn,-, Peggy. 1211 Briar Creek Rd.. Charlotte 

Horner. Rebckah Ann. 3(11 Fisher St.. Burlin, 

Horlon. Jeannette Mae. Rt. 4. Zebulon 

Huskins. Eleanor l-rabam. *ui„i„ern,ld 

Houscr. Ruby J, an, lie 6 1 Join-slow n Rd.. Ashe- 



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Hughes, tempo. Hoy .-..-.. M.rtlo Beach. S. 

Bug Willie Green, 108 Ungi High.,.,. 

M* rll.- Roaoh. S. C. 

■ " P.gg, Lee, l Qtteetu U.I.. charl.n 



Hunt. Mar, l...... 2113 W. Center Si.. Lexington 61 

lli.ul.-r. tm.-lia V 212 1 Sl.or. I V.r.. Charlotte 

Humor. MBrptar.-! Jo.ephine. 5IM. Oiik Hl.lgo Ave.. 

Hunter. Sara Cul.l.oll. 212 1 Sl.or. I ,..-., Chariot! 

Hur k.-r. Marlha. III. :l. All .arte 

Iltiss. Franees Mason. 1I1H MoArher A..-.. Gaslnnia 

I bins. Il.-l.-n. HI. 2. 1a.lkln.llle 

llul. hi.... Hull.. III. 2. r.rr I'. P. Maekie. . u.lkiu.ille 



Pleasant Garden 

Rl. 1. Box 2 12. Keener.. ill.- 
ycy. Rt. 1, Mooksvillc 61,168.178. 

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hear,,.. Barbara Sell. 110 II rl, 

K.-arns. W aldee... Bandl.-man 

K.-rk. \.n,-, Catherine, Rl. I. 1536 



K.-iih. Therein, 922 Til. \.... Wen, 

llend.rsonvillo 
Keller. Gwendolyn. III. I. II, rli l'..i..l 
Keller. Kalhorin. Ml . -. 27 II:,. m..n,l | 
Kell... Mary Joe. 939 Vernon A.... W in.lnn.Salem 
Kcllv. Anise. Hi. 2. M..111.1 lib.. 

Kendall. Il..r..lh, V....,-. 1111 W Ir..». High Poinl 

K.-i.n.-tlv. II. II. [..,.,. 2112 1 Be. erl. Ilr.. I harlot!.- .1 
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Kent. Elizabelh Ian.-. II I 1 Watauga St.. kin 
Kent. Mar. Elizabeth, Rt. 6, Lenoir 
Kerb,, Norma Carolyn. ..Ill', Fifth i.e.. 
Keener. Dorolh,. Cheer. Si., Box 32, 

Kcrners 

Kertnman, Marilyn, .117 Vestment l>r.. la, 

Carol, 418 Spring St.. Hamlc 



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Baltimore IS, M.I. 

I ! .... I.,.. II, I II... II I I... I, 

Lewie, Margaret, ISO Nortl.rl.U-. St, 

I.... Mar, \ ...-..,. a, IH Alexander 



I ighl.lale. Joan llarl 

l.il.-. Virgin,.. I. ".i 
I ill.. Mar, Ilia. Ill 



.".I 1. 1...- v.. 



Lucille. Rl. 1. Hunt. r.. ill. 

Hickory 
Ley. Nellie Williams. Rl. 1. Box SSI, Roanok.- Rapid. 



Jackson. Francs Earle. Rl. 1, B.,i 7<l. Vi a. hint-ton 

Jackson. Henrietta. Ilox 95. RoM.ins 

Jackson. Maria., Walker. 2212 last Filth St.. Charlotte 

Jackson. Sarah. Rt. 1. Box 79. Washington 

Jarol.i. Joan. 27:12 Columbia A.... Wilmington 

Ja n. Florence. 320A-N. A, cock, Crcrnsboro 

Jahn. Grace. 108 \. Vnili-r„.n St.. Murnanlon 
Jan,... l.din F.. 100 Ml. Vernon Dr.. Wilson 
Janus. Sail. Mrltac. N. Klor.-nee. Maxlon 

Jansen. Evelyn Palrieia. .119 Counlr. llul. Rd.. Ashevill 

Jans.n. Mary Marnarrl Kalherine. 3 19 Country Club Rd.. 

Apl. 1, ■ 



Jarvis, Belly 



1223 Hampton Ri.l B e. Bedford. Va. 



713 



A..-.. 



Jenkins. Susan Eliiahoth. 708 N. Piney lew 

.. ,, lil I. ..I i. 
Jernican. Ja.-.,... line. 21.119 T.orhmore Dr.. 

Ralci B h 
Jernican. P.-|rc> Marie. Selma 



Johnson. Ann Tn. lor. Hoy 8112. Oxford 

I.iIim.iii. In... Walker. I III.". Mali. in.;, I,,.. Hurl,;. 

Join. Bell) Wil."". 306 F. Church Si.. H,-,,s„,, 

Johnson. Flirah.th Cra,, Holt Lake ltd.. Box 269. 

Smitlifield 

Johnson. Cennifer ll»en. Apartado 36 11. 

Bonola. Colombia, S. A. 

Johns,.,,. Jae,|ueline II.. 1711 lli„h».a, 13- V. Rnl.-iirl. 

lohn-o... Mar, Joan. 111. 2. Ha.ford 

lol.nson. Jo.ce. Rl. 1. Box 299. Sn.ilhK.-ld 

Johnson. I art.,,-. Rl. 1. I: .....II. ....... 

Johnson. Mariiarel Ann. Box 263. Roher .ill.- 

Johnson. Martha Jane. 1011 Miner, a A.... Durham 

John-on. Mar. Flirabeth. 110 S. Elan. A.... I.e.... I 

Johnson. Mar. Katharine. 1911,, Brantley St., 



Johnson. Mlralvn. Ashley Ilcicl.ts 
Johnson. Rosalie. Box 43. Randlen.an 
Johnson. Shirley Ann. 1617 W. Aead.m. 



« in. 






John-,,,,. Susanna. Burgaw 

John.,..,. Willa Belle. Rt. 5. Box 133. Stat. 

John. Ion. A...... Merri.uon. Kelford 

Johnston. Joann Jordan, 306 W. Center Ave 

Mooresville 

Johns!,,,,. Madeline lilel,,,,:,,,. , are Mr-. Da. 

Hope Valley, Durham 
Johnston, Peppy Adams 



Me.l.l, l.h.i 



Jone 



Madison -I.. W l.il.-v ill. 
rabelhl. Rl. 3. Thomas. 
. 26. Franklin, ill.- 

2:«,:i Fli/al.eth A..-.. 



Belt) (Mabel 

,,! Dori, Chrisl'l 

Winston-Salem 
re, Elhel Jannelle. 39 Will„» St.. Badin 
re, Gean Claire. 103 E. Williamson St., While, ill. 
re, Mabel Louise. Rulledpe Dr.. Box 1030, 

Henderson, illr 



ugh. Susan Berkeley, I III I W ilu.i. 
Richmond, Va. 

Kin. i... -I.li. I. Marion. 21.27 s|,ir»,..„l '.. 
Kimrev. Ann W right. 2011 Kerr St.. Clint. 
Kinar.l. Elizabeth Carolina. I an.l.,1 l-t..» .. 
King. Elizabeth C. 



Kin 



Rt. 1, Pelham 



Kipka. Kathrvn Karolyn. 217 W. Ce 

Moore.ville 
Kirbv. Bell) Ann. 73 1 Arbor Rd.. M 
Kirl... E.elvn. Rl. 1. Roxboro 
Kirk. Martha Jane. Easl Bend 
Kirklev. Barbara Lillian. 302 Marke 
Kirkpatrirk. Nancy. 300 Hard St.. 
Kirsehner. Kathryn Eleanor. 139 E. 



11 Sth St.. Lu 



Kline. Phyllis. 21 Arbo 

Kloss. Beverly Jeanne. 32 

Arlinplon " 



Rd., Ashe.ille 



Iris. 310 Aber. ., Terr; 



15 



St.. Cla 



2202 Tillman St.. I oli.mh 
167 Koenig. Sue. Box 222. Burnsvillc 

127 Koonlz. Carolvn Nell. 707 W. Fiflh A..-., lex 

167 Knrnepav. Pearl. Rl. 6. Box 161. Greensboro 

62 Koster. Kalherine Henrietta, lllll Pear...,. Dr.. 

109 Krohalski. Harriet Ann. 106 W. Cvinn.-II St.. 

Sa.annah, Ga. 

138 Kum. Roberta lliraheth. 3511 II a. en T ...r I Si. 

W asbinelnn 8. D. C. 

Kunze. Miner,;, Jane. 505 Hamilton St.. leak- 
.,2 Ku.k. -n.l.,11. Cornelia. Box 311 1. Madison 

Kuvkendall. Mar. Helen. Box 3111. M.oli 

139 Kvlc. Bulb Marie. Rl. 1, TavTorsville 



11,1 . I .....lorlo 



I ........... Sail, I atherl. 

I.amy. Mar. Rebecca. 



akdale Rd.. 

.I.„k...,„,l 



.-th. Box 186. Bauaascnr 



LangdoD, Rebeeea Jane, Benson 


Langley 


, Janet Sue. 320 llltrra. Dr.. Hi 




Beatrice, Chinquapin 


i '"V.'i. r ;. 


Barbara Culbbert. Box 7188, A 




Marlha Louise. R19 Fifth V... 


1 a'.'il'er' 


. Ancelia Miriam. III. 3. Four Hal 


I.;.. -iter 




1 .Ml....... 


Barbara Anne. Box 186. Rose 


1 all.;.... 


Belly Mae. Rl. 5. M...,r... 


1 alt... r 




1 auck. 


1,1.1 1 ... 6 Hon- ton St.. I . xiuglo 


1 aving. 


Pegg) Inn. Box 50. lala-ba I 


La«ren. 





ll.igl.t- . Bel..... 



Ii,.l.. i. I. a. 319 F. Front St., N. » Bern 

Li. engood. Jean Ann. 221 Park- I I.. W, ...... 

I.i.erman. larolw, Hi...-. H.2 N -„.., M...-L.. 

Uringstone, Roberta Inn., 58 l.arrhmoni ltd.. A 

II... . I. Jean P.. Jone.boro ll.igl.l-. -a.,I..r.i 
Loflis. Jane Hud-»n. 512 Park t.. . I.r..n.b.,r 
I ofli.. I.oi- Lillian. W alool I ... 
loflness. Alma Lorraine. H37 I haneellor A.e.. 



I.. ..II. 139 



-I,,,-,.. 



N. J 



I ..... r -I.. I rxingtnn 
lohr. Martha Elaine. 1115 I. Mil, St.. 

Lumberlon 31. Ill 

Lomax. Elise Nanry. 36 Carolina Ave.. Concord 
Lomax. Franc... 112 1 N Ind. p. ud.-nre Blvd.. 

Charlotte 23.2 

I ....L-. I alh.-rine sh.-rv. I III W. I..„rih -I. 



June Fr 



II',- 



. ar.l -I.. Charl. 



,c.-.. lit. I. Dob. .... 



1 „,,g. I i.oi-, I or..,.. 7 Spruce -t.. leak-, ill. 

long. Mable. Pro. peel Hill 

long. Mar, Tre. al.all. 2O0S Ml Vernon Rd.. S.V 

Roanoke, Va. 

Long. Patricia I.. S Ir.n St., Burlington 

1 onon, Bererl] ...... Hi. I Marion 

loud. Dai,.. 9| Wallace St.. Red Bank. N. J. 
I.....II. Mar. Moor.. 137 Park -I.. ,.l,.|...r.. 
Lovelle. Janelle. Ill I Pear-..,, Ilr, \-h.. ill. 

I ....„- 1, in. Ii.-rolh, I 12 ,..r K.I.. Scacdale 

Lo-erv. Carol Dean. Box 153. Lowell 

I ...miller. Barbara V..n. 33 Ki.er l.lenn. 

I .,.„,, „_•,...,, I ....... 

Lowranee, Ann Sharpe. P. II. Box 122- Stat atari] 
Lovrc. Mildr.d Jan., I 1211 Martin Si.. W in-ion- 
Lovd. Elisabeth Gregg. K.I2 Nclon St.. N.W .. 

W a-hinclon 111. I). C. 
Lucas. Eleanor tnni- iMr- I 217 l.t. -I 

Sontbern \pi- . i.r bore 

Lucas, Sara Che, rv . Lucama 

Luria. Joan Dian. Ill E. HHlh St.. N.v. 1 ..rk 2K V 

l.erl.. Dori.. lllH Iro-b. -I.. Sali-I.ur. 

I > ., .in. Francie. IOH W . I nion -I.. Morgan!,.,. 

I.vneh. Elizabelh. R Si.. King- Mountain 

I.nch. Jo.e. Inn. Rt. 1 -.lo.a 

Lvnch. Mary Elizabeth. 13 W W ,1-..,, V,. 



65, 168, 169 l, „,-!,. 



ni Pendleton. H-.-l 



— M- 



MeAli.lcr. Nanev Elizabelh. III. 5. II. id-, ill. 
McBarron. Patricia Vnne. 6109 Ma.. 1 lee., 

Baltimore 9. M.I 
M.i-.n. lugenia. 123 Colonial Dr.. Wilmington 
M.I l..-k -. Martha Suzanne, car. Maj. A. I. Mel l..-k. 

llu- Mil. tir Force, P I.F.B.. I i. Brsgg 

Mrllure. Jacqueline. 13-211 211 St.. Dougla-ton. N. V. 
M.I lu-key. Patricia J..). ailH Silver A.. . I.r.,...|„,r 
Mellu-k... Mr- Naomi. KOH Sil.er t.e.. Greensboro 
MeCormac. Sue Mc.Arlhur. Box 91. Ro.land 27.3 
MrCullen. Mar, Da. id. Clinton 



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student directory — continued 



cD»de, \irginia I , 103 

.11. I. 1.11 



1208 I ... Ivc., 

Church Si.', Pomona 

infield. Si. Pauls 

run. l«l Tseoma Circle 



Mellani.l. Palli. I 

M.llull.e Jan.- Gr... 
M.Dntne Pauline Ca 

ksheviile 
Melarland. B. II. Joan. 102 Oakdale Si 



M. I ...land, tirginia I... M....I3. .11.. \pl- I.. .1.1-1 
MeGoa.l,. It: tgnc. HII'I Norlhridge Si.. Crc 

Mel gun, Inne, St. Paul. 

McCoogan. Sarah Louise. Si. Pauls 

M.I .„,. Pan ..... tone s Mill, s,.. s.niihh.ld 

M. Cowan . Foggy Inn. Box 389. New Born 

M.I. nth... Il.n. I.....".. 316 - I »>■■.. Kin-Ion 

II, i-. H.ll. I. H21 S. Willi.,,.. St.. Henderson 

Mrlnnis. J.-niih- Maxinc Bux 21. Pinebluff 
Melniii.. Mar. Elizabelh. Plrasanl Garden 
Melul.re I ar,,l,n 111.,.. .lice Vo. 
Melnl.ro. Kail., riri... B..x 25 1. Lauoinbucg 
M.I, or. Mora. 1:111 Chcsluul Si.. Wilmington 

Melver, Lois, l.ulf 

Meji.ukin.. Manila Jan.. 1 «, lall..-,, SI.. Badin 

McKay. Anne. Marston 

M, k. ill,,.,.. B.irl.ara. III. S. Marietta Si.. I.a.l....... 

M.K.ithan. Lydia. Raefurd 

Mehinnc. Harl.ara Anne. 8(17 I.awsonville A.e.. 



Mckiiighl. It, II.. HIT Morehead si.. Mnrganlon 
McKnin. Ili/a I. .H. -line. Box «.2. I.uill..rd 
MeLain. I ...... ie VII. Ill I 1 Main Si.. tlhena 

M. I ■ ... . II... t.la..,-. III. Si.. M.I...... 

McLean. Joanne. 17115 Walnut St.. Lumberlon 
McLean. Ph.lli-. 1705 Walnut SI.. Lumherlon 



129. 159. 160, 179 



H.L. «i 
■ gg. III. I Croon. ill 
nderson, S. 

M.L.llan. Harl.ara Sue. 137 PI ull, \.e.. Charlotle 

Mel d. Elizabeth S., How land 

Mcl.cd. Kn.u.al. ... 8115 Ilunhar s,.. Green, ille. S. I . 
Moled. Nina Marie. Box 12 1. Bobbins 
M.Mahan. Patricia Jo. 7113 lilil. \.e.. I.r. o.,.|,..r.. 
McMahon. Janet, 1511 Iter. lid.. Manila-.!. V .. 

McManus. Edna. 5 I I S. V k. I ...... -I...r.. 

M. PI... ...... .1. ..... Kill Ma,.l. \.... Burling!..,. 

McRaiiic... Mar, Louise. UK. E. Ihth SI.. Lumherlon 

Me 1,1- He". »iH. 2.1..8 L.udhursl. Win. .. ..,-»., 

McSwain. Hell, Carol, n. 21.2 Walmil St.. Thoiua., i II 
MaePhail. Jane. 7IMI Oakland \.e.. Charlotte 4 
Maeltae. II. latherinc. h I 2 lei, leal 111,. I.. W i I minglo 
Ma. I,,.,,,,. Mar M ,K ihhi ... , are Mr., .la,.... M. Co 

21 f aroma St., A. he, ill, 
Mark... \gno- LI iz al.elh. tilt, Ml. Vernon Ave.. 

Charlotle 3 
Madison. Juanita Louise. W eh.ler 
Man,.. Lois Elaine. 12 W est Dr.. 

Lake Fores!. W ilmiiigl..,, 
Magrirr. Elizabeth Helena. Kllll t.hehoro St.. 

Greensboro 
Mallard. Barbara Jean. 1(13 W . -I Whiiake Mill 11,1 



McArn. 116 S. 
a Jane. 408 W. 
Carol, Clinton 






Maple.. V , I.e.. 72 1 H. .li_-.il. \, 

Rocky Mount 
Mark,.-. Palri.ia Inn,, 111 \. 
Mark.. Mae, Louise. 2:i Melrose A.e.. Ashc.ille 
Marletle. Gloria Anne. 617 Fourth Si.. High Point 

Mac.h. Bel., \..„. 25.15 II bridge Rd.. Raleigh 

Marsh. Bell, Lou. 26 111 Walker Ave. Greensboro 
Marshall. I a. e. 577 ». End Hl.d.. « insIon-Salcm 
Marshall. S,..ie Ann. Englohard 

Mae Hilda. 1211 S. Roanoke S,.. Scotland Neck 

Marlrl Ilorolh,. hirkpalriek \|.l.. Wa.no 7 

Martin. Elizabelh Inn.-. Ill Fdgodale Dr.. High Poi.,1 

Martin. I lie. ill Callahan. Franklin 

Marlin, Iran Ran.. ...a. H„v 111. Rohbins. ille 

Martin. Jeanne Ta>l„r. 13113 Peine. Ion V.e.. Green-hoc, 
Marlin, Joanne. Box :i22. Eh... College 
Maeli... Mae, Ella. 111.1 W. Pine Si.. Graham 

Marlin'. Ruth Hamlin H..v 2...1. I Iceland 
Marli... s„-ai. Maureen. I I III P St., N.W.. 
W a-hingi.,.. 7, 11. C. 

Ma-,. .sill. Sara Lou. 728 W, Locust St.. 

Johnson Cily. Ten... 
Mason. Rebecca L. Ie. Box 51. . a.lkin.ille 
Mas-ie. Gene. a. Rt. 2. Canton 

Master.. Ilillie Irene. Oxloe.l 11,1.. Henderson 
Mathcson. Lottie. 1211 North St.. Ahoskic 



111 2. 



II, Gr, 



Ma, ml, an. Barbara 1 .. No. 5. S, 1, .... ltd.. Durham 

Maun.-.. Pauline. 111. 2. km-. Mountain 

M Pern;. time 2111 V I.asl,,,, Si.. Kins- M„.,„l 

Maxwell. Margar.l Miller. Seen S|„i„_. 
Ma.. Jan.- II., land. 11123 E. .toil. Si.. Charlotte 
Ma.. Marianne Elizabelh. Hill Fre.nl Si.. Oxford 
Ma.. Marlba Borden. 5115 W. Ha,i- >!.. Burlington 
M.i.uar.1. Marlba E.. 115 I rail..,, Height-. 
W i... I. ...-Salem 

Me.,.. I El. Ill k Si.. Concord 

Mellaril. Barbara Inn. III. 1. Cl.de Rd.. Canton 

Me. I None. I. Il.de 

Me.llin. Marlba Ann. 111. 6. Box .1.19.1. I.r. ....hoe.. 
M.ek.e. Mae, Carolyn. 81)9 II Carr S,.. High Point 
Molehing. Flizab.lh Kall.r. ... 3911 1 Gel. Ion Dr.. 



Memor,. Elizabelh. .12 1 E. Main St.. 

Merhanicshuog. Pa. 
Menzel. Janet F.. Ashe Si.. Southern Pine. 
Mcrecr. Rosalind. Rt. 1. Box 79. Chadbourn 
Mercer. Sanimie Lane. Bolivia 

M.erlll. 11.11, Lou. 8117 Ann St.. Beaufort 27. 71. 17: 
M.rrin.an. Oli.ia In,,,.. 28.1(1 Exeler Circle. Raleigh 
«,..,.. Marion France.. Bear Wallow 
Metz. Gretchen. Summcrfield 
Mewborn. Edith. Rt. 2. Snow Hill 

ael. Joictta Jane. Rl. 3. Lexington 



Micol. En.il,. X aldose 
Mi.„l. lib. la. ll„x 15. \ a 
Miller. Barbara Crillcndc 

Greensboro 
Miller. Carol. Mocks, ille. 
Miller. Mary Carolyn. 22 



100 Magna 

,123 V Edge.ro 



129. 161. 168. 183 



Miller. Dian. ( lair. Vr.len 

Miller. Ilori- Josephine. Illl V Salisbury A. 

Spencer 
Miller. Fran,.-. 1226 S. Hawthorne lid. 



Miller. Kalhr.n Sanders,. 

Ashc.ille 

Miller. Margaret. 3 15 W . 



Mill.r. Mar, Bulb. 1 aurel Spring. 
Miller. Palri.ia 1 ina. Kill Devil Hills 
Mills. Emma Parker. Polkton 
Mills. Frieda Marie. Rl. 1. Box 121. Ilia 
Mills. Jean Carroll. III. 1. -pes 



II k, Ha 



Mitchell, Allba Corin. 118 Thnnipsu 

Mitchell. Barbara Ann. Rl. 1. Brow 

Mitchell. Belt. Lou. 305 W . Rulfin ! 

Burlington 

Mitchell. Dorolhy Mac. Walnut Co. 

Mitchell. Luc, \irginia. Box 66. 

Mitchell. Margi, Inn. 23118 Heckle. 

Mitchell. Mar, Iran, Denton 

Milehell. M„e, I ,.„.-. ,31- Georgia 



Molbtl. M.rna Lou. Box 1 

Mohler. Mar, Boi 

Monn.ll Mir. Lou. Rl. 1 
Monk. I.l„cia. Old Rural I 
Monlagi... J a. Ire. lit. 2. 
Monlagoe. V 



Jeanne. lOOl N. Hamilton. High P« 
Montgoi.icr, . Margarel. Earmington 
Monlgom.r.. Maiirin. 111,,. Box 1(13. Mound, ille. 

Montgomery, Peggy, 631 Seotl A.,.. Greensboro 

M I, l,,lia. 115 - Sccnlb t.e. Sil.T I il. 

M„„,i. I arol.n Furl..... 3115 Bank- s,. i.r.,1,.,,,, 
Moonc. Mr.. 11,11, Beauford. 1313 Maple s,.. I.r. 

M lei. Elizabelh. Florida Ter.. Montreal 

Moonc. Ma. I....i-.. Hex 13. Montreal 
Moore. Ada Jane. B-2 Cannon I I. .pi... I.r, . ,,.|„ 
Moore. Betl, Lou. 2(119 t-heboeo St., Grcensbor. 
Moore. Claudia Ann. 1111 Barllel! St., 1 lizab. Il, 
Moore, 1,., kale 111. 2. Hurdle Mill- 
Moor,. Hazel Kall.r,,,. Rl. 1. Box 116. In ,, 

Moor,. Jeanne M t.36 E. "" 

Moore. Julia Godwin. Rl. 4. 
Moore. Lvdia Jane. Rt. 3. Bo 
M„„r. I . il., Pri.elt. 728 Prii 



x 115. tbo.ki. 



Moore. Martha. 322 S. Fourth s,.. Mh.n.arb 
Moore. Nancy Mae. Church Si. Exl.. Greensboro 
Moore II. la Elizabelh. Bridge Si.. Leaks, ille 

Moore, Sterling, Bos 238, Warren..,. 

M I oris Marie. (.119 lloacl, s,.. ReidsvilU 

Morgan, tuna Marie. Rl. 1, Box 53, Gold Hill 
Morgan. Carol Lee. Rl. 5. Henderson 
Morgan. Edna. Rt. 5. Henderson 
Moeg ,„. Fax. Box 466. Pinchurst 
Morian, Laura Lueinda. 23(1 Bice St.. Hamlel 
Morgan. Peggie Marie. 7(13 W. Main SI.. Spindale 
Morgan. Rulb Elizabelh. R.F.D. 2. Kerne., il I. 
Morgan. S, bil Virginia. Rt. 1. Fairmonl 
Mormino, Inns, 28 1 Mai,, St., VA ... ... -. ill. 

Morrell. Patricia. Box 609. Brevard lid.. Rt. 3. 

-.hell. 
Morris. Adcle Hannah. 11.25 » ickham A.e.. 

Newport News, V.. 
Morris. Clara Elizabelh. 19:17 W il.uore Dr.. I ha, 
Morris. Sue Brc ard. 107 N. Morgan n,.. SI..II,, 
Morrison. Ann. Wils,,,,. 215 s a li. 
Morrison, Dorolhy Anne. Box 215 
orrison. Virginia Kalharine. ~ 



Rovland 
1087. Laurel Hill 
Morriss. Cecilia Elizabelh. H)3 Walnut St.. Farm.ille 
More, tl.ee Rogcrlea. 1932 Church St.. Wilmington 
Moclon. Jo.ce. R3B Cameron Court Apis.. Raleigh 
Mosco.ilz. Charlotte Frieda. Box 116. Tro, 
Moser. Dollie. Rl. 3. Box 339. Greeii.boro 111 

M„. Idler. Mar, Jane. Rl. 3, Box 199. I. all...,, s. I. 
Ml.dge. Lila Marie. 71,9 Kimball I.e.. We.lfield. N. J. 
Mueller. Joan Frances. 835 Sunimil Ave., W e.lh. Id. N. J 
Mnller, Marie,, I... 1835 Meadow brook Dr.. 

Muller. Nao.na Gloria. 2311 W . l.lip Rd.. 

Bab, Ion. I.. I., N. V. 7 1 

Mundy. J phi.... 112 V Green Si.. Morganlon 23.27 

Murebison. Janice. Ill Arlington Terrace. 

Rock, Mounl 27. 111. 161. 167 

Murphy, Charlotte. Tomahawk 

Murphy, Jennie Frances. Rl. 1. Box 19. Farm.ille 
Murrav. Carol, n F.. 533 Parkway. High Point 
Murray, .lean. 111. I. High Point 

Myers, Gertrude Barn.-. KIT \. l.Hh St., Wilmington 
Myers, Martha la... Rt. 2. Thomas, ille 

M.ee.. Mar- Catherine. 6(1 I Woe-hai... Dan, ille. Va. 

M.er.. N.H Irabelle. 216 Whilaker St.. Claylon 

Myers, PeggJ Sue. Cycle 

M.er-. Sara Emma. Hoffman 

M-rirk. larole. P. O. Box 133. Fa. elle, ille 



I l.aeh.li 



Swarlhniorc Pa. 
Noece, Carolyn. 603 I 
Neelands. Peggy Kav. 
N.ill. Nanc Anne. 1328 K.nilwo 

Nelson. Jane Christens. 313 Hillercl Dr.. I.exingl, 
Nelson. Lois Lucille. Aulandcr 
Ncsbitt. Martha Ann, Edneyville 

Ncwitl. Mildred Elizabeth. 1537 Manlor.l PL. Char 
Ncwlin. Velna Catherine. Box 162. Haw Ri,er 
Newiiam. Sharon Lee. 1218 Homeland Ave.. Green 
N.w.ome. \irginia Louis, 111. North St.. Ahoskic 
New Ion. Sarah Martha. 2506 Beeehridge Rd.. 

Raleigh 1! 

Nichols. Claudine. Rt. 1. Box 553. N. V 
Niehol.. l.a Lee. Box 183. Carolina Bea 
Nichols. Jc.ie Gray. Efland 
Niehol-. Malinda. Rl. 4. Durham 
Nichols. Mar, Sue. 111. 5. Box 99. Baleig 



Niles. Dorothea Meredith, 12. 

Ni.e,. Phyllis, 1102 W. Fra 
Norfleet, Dorothy, 3103 Coll 
Norman. Jelelie. 113 Vanderl 
Norman. Norma Wrlborn. 101 
Norman. Wynne, 3611 Hillsb 
Norris. Nancy Gene. 38 Baki 
Nowell. Mrs. Mildred R.. 141 
Nunn. Betty Ann. Rt. 2. Box ! 



W. Market St.. Gr 



Ogilvie. Caroline Winnona, Box 414 
Ogle- 1,.. S, 1,1. Marie. Rt. 1, Morehca 
like. Eugenia. 106 Albright Ave.. 
Oldham, Betty Lea. 813 Broad St., 
Oldham. Gcncverette, Rt. 3. Chapel ] 
Oli.er. Billic Marie. Jefferson 
Oli.er. Catherine Manton. 327 Map! 
Oliver, Kalhryn Leno 



, r. Virginia Elizabelh. I arlhage 
,.n. Mildred Naomi. 1511116 Perry Ave. Ha: 

,11 Mildred tdeline. 111. 3. W alkerlown II 



Osborne. Ann. 829 Oakland St.. Henderson, ille 

Osborne. Jessie Rao, Swepson, ille 

Osborne. Mar; Abel. -The Kelreal" 220 Churrh 



167. 179 Oil, 



. Eileen. 609 Magnolia A.e.. Charlotte 
bourg. Edna Mae. 2111(1 Crescent A.e.. Charle 
burg. Margaret Ann. 21(111 Cceseenl A..-., (bar 
.. Lou. 1726 Chestnut St.. Charlotte 
,w. Elizabeth Jocdan. 403 W . James St., 
Mount Olive 

IW, Isabel. 808 Pee Dec Ave. Albemarle 
a,. Gloria Anne. Angler 

on. Nane, Vmelia. 2 IK. Cow per lie.. Raleigh 
i. .luda. Lake Toxawav 
t. Palcicia. 10 1 Carmalt St.. Thomas, ille 



Page. Ju 

Pace. Luc Stewart. Andrews 

Page. Sarah Gerlrude. UK) S. Green Ma.. 

Coral Cables. Fla. 
Pag.. -.,,.. 213 Joi... St.. Wake Forest 
Palmer. Arline Elizabelh. 2 129 Fairwav Dr.. W 
Parker. Macie Annette, 211 E. Johnson St.. CI 

Parker. Bevcrl. Heath. Sunbury 

Parker. Elizabeth P.. Rt. 2. Raeford 

Parker, Elva Sutlon, Goldsboro 

Parker. Irene Elizabeth, 307 N. Haughton St., 

W illiamston 
Parker. G. Rulh, Fountain 
Parker. Kalhr.n. Cutehin Si.. Clinton 
Parker. Joan Faith. St. ( all., rinr's School. Wo 



75. 160. 178 



Park,, 



II., 



26. Va. 



Fuller. 112 Fore-t A.e. Oxford 
Parkin...... Ann Carper, 4313 Rood. A.e.. Richmond. 

Psrnrll. lnor lane. Box 338. Clarkton 

Parrish. Dorothy. Sn.ithficld 75 

Parsons. Arlene Bovd. Rl. 3. Mounl Gilead 

Parsons. Virginia. 2 111 S, I. an Rd.. Greensboro 

Pasehal. Joan. 627 Jo. nor Si.. Greensboro 

Pa-.bal. Nane.. Box 129, Siler City 

Pasour. Barbara. Dallas 

Pasour. Carolvn Florieno. Rt. 1. Dallas 

Pa.our. Patrieia. Dallas 

Patebel. Barbara Belle 15112 Green, ille Hw... 



Charlotte 113 



rtha Rebecca, Rt. 2. Madison 



Pear,,. Coraldino W .. Box 6 1. Micro 


75. 179 


Pear-all. ilazelbelle Louise. 1()18 Lafayelle A.e.. 




Rocky Mount 24. 27. 75. 95. 99 


196. 210 


Pearson. Caroline. 221.1 Ma. Held Ave. Baltimore. M 




Poar.on. Mildred. 310 N. Road St.. Elizabeth City 


113 


Peas,, Nane. 15 Welcome PL. Spcingfield. Mass. 




Pea-lee. Lillian ( lia. 531 Highland A.e. Green. 1... 




Peck. Irene Tavlor. 725 W. Warren St.. Shelby 


138 


Pock. Mar. Anna. 725 W . Warren St.. Shelby 


119. 131 


Pelican.. Belt. Jean. 5(17 Jones Si.. High Poinl 




Pegcam. Cal.ino Brad-haw. Salem St.. Apex 




Pollz. Mar. Ann. 212 E. Ml. Pleasant Ave.. 




Philadelphia 19. Pa. 


139 


Pendleton. Ethel Florence, t 103 Wrighl-.ille A.e. 




Wilmington 


113 



Pepper, Dorothy 



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Perry. I'.-, 

Il"igi', 



l..lfr..l Dlokl Fork i i 

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i..rlr. s. , „ sc. Lineoli 

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N...... Inns, i 19 « . Lead 



Pholp.. J, .... Carol. Box I."..".. »i |.S„ 

Phillips, I. .... I,.. Lenoir, IiikiiII. 

Phillip.. Eli, tli I. 21.(17 Clark An-.. 

Phillip., lean II..;., 22 1 M.I. I.. II A..-.. 

Phillips, Ele r J...,,,, tt all,,,. 

Phillip.. I Mil .ranger. E..gle»OO.I. It,, 

I'l.lMI,... Marian II,.,. I. 21112 II..,, llr V, 



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Louise, SSI 


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Pickett. El 
Plckelt, Miriam 
Greensboro 

Pickle. Pegg. Sue, Hi. I. Lexington 

Pillatt. Lucille Ann. (.I.", K. Mil. Si.. Su. a.uial 

Piiiohback. Jean. 17 12 Spring Garden S 

Pinner. Jeiiiu.e , lie. II.. \ :i:i7. I'aboc 

Pin.a,,. Pulriein. Mil Price Si.. Greensboro 
Pit,..,.... J..„, V. :i." Cobb, ltd.. Wosl llarll 
Pill.. Vhee II.,.. (.11. N. Main Ave.. Newton 
Plaster. Daphne Palriria. 1H75 Meadow he.. 
\\ i,,.|„,..S,.len, 

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I'M,.-, Edith, lit. 2. Box 111. (...Ill Hill 

PI, lor. Jan.. Ht. 2. Gold Hill 

Pollard. Ann Carter, 921 S. Church St.. 
W Inston-Salem 

Ponder. Anna lee. Kt. 1. Leicester 

P..,,,ler. Mildred Marie. 1222 E. franklin. Castonia 

Pun.. Ininara... lit. 1. Box 54. Valdese 

Pool. Vaughn Zilphia. 610 Magnolia. Greensboro 
Poole. (Catherine It. (Mrs.), lit. I. Guilford College 

P • Ilaehel. .12.-. lav lor St., II. a.. Hie 77. 

Pope. Betty Ann. 230" E. 5lh St.. Charlotte 



elh. I-,,.,. St.. Morganton 

. A Mari.. Siar Route. Danville. Vo. 

Nancy Carolyn. 655 



I I, ,,l. 

Powell. Edith Win... 1211 liniui 
Powell. Emogene, 115. Bouchard 



Powell. Ruth. I.ill. M.O.rmick St.. Green. I 
Preas. Charlotte Anne, Stonewall Apts. 5A, 

885 Main St.. DanvlUe, Va. 
Preas. Nancy II... h. 883 Main St.. Apt. 5A. 

Danville, Va. 

Pre Carol,,. Audrey. 22 Morrill Ave.. W. 

Prrlsinger. Margie Ann. 2.1 Henderson St.. I 
Presnell. Imojean. V 3rd Cl. St.. Slier City 
Pres.lv. Margaret Bli... Box 12. Arden 

ne, 118 Highland Ave.. Fay, 



Price, 



Price, Janet, Pauline. 

Price. Mary Elisabeth. 7(11 School St.. Windsor 

Price. Mary Maltie. Itt. 2. Stok.-.lal. 

Price. Norene, Rt. 1, Ellenboro 

Prltchacd. Jane. South Mills 

Pritchcll, Kathryn Lucille, Rt. 1. Brown Summit 

Pritehctl. Margaret Mcbanc. 216 Kensington ltd.. 



I. r. ei.-l... 
eh.lt, V,., 
Burling!., 



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Lee. Br..*,, >„„„ 
Proelor. Evelyn. Rt. 1. Elm City 
Pruill. Virginia Lee. 119 Gra 



SI.. Mo 



i-igh St.. 

Pugh. Clara lave. 22» Guthrie St., Graham 
Pullen. Joan Hard. ... till S. IHih Si.. Wilmington 

Puriseh, Faiih. 69 I air, ic A,... 

Spring Valley, V » . 
Pur.e.. Naur, Elisabeth. I onghill Rd.. 

Great Notch. N. J. 
Purvis, Claire Jean. 645 Kenl Si., Charlotte 
Putnam. Fanny Elisabeth. Box 43. Waco 
Putnam, Peggy II.. 1019 Knoll Dr.. Fall. Church. Va. 



Hag,..,. Jean Ellen. (. 1 :i Stonewall St.. Lex 
Raines. Jean Evangeline. Cary 
Raincv, June. 123 Acker! A,,.. Salisbury 
Randall. Bell,. Mil Wellington ltd.. Balti 



luelle Maria 



I!.., 55. 1...H.1... 
roll,, Jan.. Box 157. la , 

II, aboil. J Hi. 2. Handle... ... 

1,1,1., II Il'enian 

ioberla. 2"7 M.-rrl....... ,.. \ I,. .. 

,lar, Jane. 111. 2, Albemarle 
r„ jean. Waliiui 
,,, Lea, It!. I, llov 11.11. II, ,111. 



,,, I ,,ll, .,,,.. .117 (...iuglon si., laurinburg 

. Mil.lr.,1. Clyde 

„ Ruth. 1181.. P.llll.,l.allia A,... A.he.ill. 

eea Rowena. Dallas 

Alice. »(■<> Albion It. I Columbi... S. I. 112. 
can .lone.. Apt. I. HI" Ce.lar St., Green. 1. or.. 
Betsy, 376 Gwvn Ave.. Elkiu 

Marie w hi. ...... i. 52 1 Maple A,... It. i. I. .ill. 

Nell Elaine. 111. I. Wendell 

... III. 5. SI ..ill. 

I.orla. 60 » a. I.u.ell ltd., 

I Hill 67. Mass. 

. 122.1 lodrow. High Pollll 7". 181. 

122 1 I ,.lr.,w Ave.. High Poinl 
n,r, 2323 Sunny. ide An-.. W in. I. ....Salem 
:l->. 212 V Ninll. St.. Mebane 

, ... . HI2 s. s„,„e, Dr.. Winston-Salem 

, Cordon. I,,.,, Mea.l..»l.r.„.k II... 



Itil.hie. Mar, Margaret. 2.111 V Ce.lar S!.. Green 
Rob. con. M.ir, I,.,., Bonner. Rt. 1. Box 95. 

Robert.. Jaeki. Agnes, 111. I. si. Paul. 

Roberts. Jacqueline lire,, 12116 Club Blvd., Durh 

Roberts, Joan, Rt. 1. Box 317. Leak., ill.- 

Roberts, Marilca. III. I. Ileidsville 

Roberts. Nor.ua Jean. 111. I. Box 134. Willow Spr 

Roberts. Poll, Cal.e, Rt. I. liill.l.oro 

Roberts. Cora Rachel. 3118 E.l-t Sullle St.. Shell., 

Robert-. Sandra St.-,..,.. 3116 Raleigh ltd., Wilson 



Robinson. Catherine V.nie. Itt. 1. 1 nion Rd„ Castonia 
Robinson. Charlotte Pallon. 111. 1. Box 205. Marion 
Robinson. Elizabeth Ha... I I.. 2.1 III 1 ., iihursl Si.. 

w Inston-Salem 

Robinson. E.uilie. 2 18 Colonial A.c.. Charlotte 8 

Robinson. Harriel Elisabeth. 1517 Belmeade Dr.. 

Kingspurt, Tcnn. 

Robinson. Joan Sybil. 72(1 M. Donald Ave.. Hamlet 
Roger-. Barbara A.m. III. 1. I!.., 2111. Albemarle 
Roger.. Bell, Sue. 511 Keni I w or tli. Greensboro 
Roger., lean Carol. 160 N. Second Si.. Albemarle 3 

Rogers. Mar, Elizabeth. 2205 Malvern ltd.. Charlotte 
Rollins. Brona Jean. Bt. 7. Box 55. 

Jonesboro llg!-. Station. Sanford 

Roll Mar, Jean. (.17 V Main St.. New 

Itollins, Millicen! Anne, Box <»8. Marsh, ill.- 
It. ...... I. II. Margar.l. (.711 Doren.us Ave.. 

Glen Rock. N. J. 

R Dorothy Ann. llox 145. Pikoille 

Rose, Eleanor Van... 101 N. Mail, St., Franklinloi. 8 

Rose. June. 308 Louise A,e„ High Poin 



allh \ 



R Elizabeth, Pleasant I 

Ro... Lela Jean. I all-!,.., 

H M«T) Jane. 263 Wo 

Roth. Louisa Lenoir. 437 
Roths, Virginia (Jeanl. B 
Rolhgel.. Anne Claire. 15." 



Ruiler, Elsie Jeannelte. 23(1 I h. ,„,,., re A,... Charlotte I 

It II. Inne II,. (.52 S. Sun.e! Dr.. W in.i on-Sale... 

llu. -ell. Ellen ( .. .1(11 Roior, Dr.. High Point 

It..-. II. G.arl Ilea... 111. I. Box 885. Belmont 

Russell. Marion Mari.. I.llll Rolling V,o.. Norfolk. \, 

Russell. Mar, Anderson. 182:1 11.1, ..I, re V,.-.. Charlotte 3 



Sock.. Sylvia Minelle. 1127 Belle, lew I.e.. Camden. N. .1. 

Sadler. Belt, Hick-. Hi. 7. Box 1M.3. C r i.l.oro 

Saf.il. Ilorolhy Da, is. 185 Franklin A..-.. Concord 
Salccby. Carmen. 81(1 Walker I.e.. Greensboro 144. 

Sampson. Mar, Elisah.-ih. 27..7 W. Mark. I s,„ Greensboro 

Sanderlord. Palriria Hull. r. Box 27. I ar, 

Sander Ruih. Rl. 1. Bcula.ille 

Sanderson. Su.an. 12 1 E. Second St.. Washington 

Sandlin. Ida Jean. 501 Cutler St.. Raleigh 111. 

Sandliu. Joyce, Br, son City 

Sarbaugh, Rachel, l.uiiiberl.... 115. 

Series. Helen Mac. 208 S. Trcmonl III., Green.boro 83. 

Sar.nrld. Jane. 2433 A.ondal. Axe.. (harlolle 23.27. 



los-l.- I. V J 



II. III., 115. 16 



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I li. H ii Una ISO 



i V Hlair. 2(11! (..ill,,, 

..II..,,, I l.arb.ll.. 226 Park A., 

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II. ( |a, |.„, -I V-l I. 

Ilorlon s,.. /ebulon 

II.., 82 1. K... ..... 

tl I. I r. ,,,.,,,, 

.ii. (.12 Ir.ing St., Wim.i 



„...! I. .(Hi W . f.,.1 PI I.. 

sharp, Marilyn \..... Hi. 2. Bon III Ma.li 

Sharp.. Mar, Ira.,..-.. 51(1 lr..ll...g.r s,_. | lur | 
Sharp.. P 112 V Bl -orlh s,.. R.l.igh 

Sharps,, shirl.-. II . ki'i H.....I..I. ( ... I. u, ,..,., 

shas Ira,,..- Galhrighl (Mr. Hake. Jr. I. Ill '. 



Greensboro 










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IIHII 






Shaw, (Hi.. 




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Richland. 








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Shearin. Ma 


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.1. Box 1711. Ill 


2. W 




Sh.arin. It \nn 


. 515 


Park PL, 


II... k, M 1 1 


Sheffield, Barbara 


Ja,„. 


1KIK, Ha, 


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VW 



Shei.ler. Ell.ua Ann. Hit I bird V.. » .. 
Ilendersonville 

Shellman. Audrey Anna 2 11. Eighth A.... Ira 
Shell,..,. Elizabeth W..II1. 257 I ranklin St.. 



sh. ,. Harjori 

sh.par.l, Jean X 
shepherd. HI.., 



,a. Rl. 1. Box 1116. Brown s u „„, 



21 



Box 75 1. Hoe 



St., \.l 



sh.rrill. J 2 1 l(. 

•h.-rrill. Pat-, 'I 

Sherron. Belt, Jane. Rl. 2. Fuqua, Spring. 

Shew.uake. Helen Mari.. Ill Ha. ll.ornc Lane. Ch 

shield-, kalhr... II.. lit. 1. Box 521.. h,r.„, , 

Sl.i.er. II. .roth. En.l.lie. 22 12 M..l..rn ltd.. I|...rl. 

Si kle.. Hell. Ruth. 18 Main St.. Cooleemee 

Shore. Bobbie ja.,.. (.ele 

Shore. Allen. Jo.ce. Rt. 2. Ea.l Bend 

shore. Margar.l Vnne. ■a.lk,,„,ll. 

Shotwell. I'.gg, Inn. Rl. 5. Hender.on 

Shuford. Ellen Br.nt. 1525 Moll. \.... Hi.k..r. 

Shuford, Pals. Ann, Boger Cilv. I.inrolnlon 

shuford. Sarah Ann. Arden 

Shugarl. Sue H.rr,-. .132 W. Ma.,, s,.. Hki.i 



side.. J„ ....... I.IIW Ea.lern A,c. 




II,,. k, Mosul 


31.8. 


Sides, Nancy inn. 7(.l 1 .... r, 1, s,.. Spencer 




silf.,,,1. Mar,...,. 81<» E. Main Si., \ll.emarh 


26. 2" 


Sigmon. Nell Kaiherine. 132 B. ihsbara Rd.. Win 


.!..... Sal. n 


Silcr. Elizabeth Rankin. 2H71 Haywood ltd.. \ 


I....II. 


Silliman. Elhel Eunice. Box 91. Granite tjuarn 




Sin.inglon. Shirl,. Ann.. 1112 Blue Hock Rd.. 




Edge- Hill-. Wilmington. Del. 




Simon. Margaret Mar,. 1(. Ea-t 1 111. St.. 




Ill,,, N. J. 




si,. Mill... ..I Diane. Live l>A s,_. |l„, , - 




Tabor 1 il, 


1 I', li,. 


Simmons. Caroi.n Face. Hall.l.oro 




Simpson. Carol... Ukin.on. Ill Itow.n St.. 




Fa, .tie, ill. 


26, 3( 


Simpson. Nsnc. 3145 Alabama A,... 1 harl.,1! 





singh. Han... .ar. S. s|„ 2 h. F-q.. W , 1 1 . ..g.l .... Vir s 

N.w ll.lhi. India 
s...gl. !..... Nina. Harmon, 
sink. Kalhr. n. 1 I Vane, ( ireb I 

-i..k. M.rlha F.el.n. Hill Fair.i.w Dr.. Lexington 
si-k. Marll... \„n. 258 1...I.... PL. (harlolle 
Silt. r-...i. ( ath.-rin. Dare. 260 Norlh Ashe. 

Soulh. rn Pine. 

sk,,-. J. ...... Dresden. 22(12 Pi.i.er.-! Rd.. la I 

Ski.l.nore. Mar, Iran,.-. '(23 1. Main s,.. »||„ o.arl 
skinner. Ell. ... 123 I „k> H..ad. lioek. Mounl 
skinner. Marion I.. I till Pin. s, r ,,, Lumberton 
Sledge, I,,-, phi... Ann. Rich Square 
sl.dge. lr.. Hull,, mill liflh S!.. (Sahara Hgt... 

Hurling!.. 



II Small. Fro 



Smetana. Elaine 

Smile,. Sl.irlr, Mar,.. 

Smith. Alice Fa,c. 620 H 



2. Tabor I il. 
Ha... 15.. Pi.cah Dr.. Canton 
oilie. 41 IV. ling St.. Concord 115. 16 



IHi. HI.. I. 

118 Pwk r Blvd" w'n,.|..'n-'sal..„ 
Smith. Caroline. Box 193. Andrew, 
s.o.ih. Carol, n Inn. C Hillcresl Dr.. Concord 
Sn.ilh. Carolyn s, k. -. Lemon Spring. 

-n.ilh. ( hri-lin. P. rr, . 31 I E. s.-r I s,.. < ih ., , ;,, 

Smilh. Han... Kale. 2823 Pro.id.no Rd„ Charlolle 
sn.ilh. Dori- ton. 1335 S. Mint S,. (harlolle 
-n.ilh. Doroth, Jean. 216 S. Second SI.. Smithlirld 



student directory — continued 



Smith. Elcam 
Smith, Franc 






V II., 



Smith. Isabcllo, Rt. 1. Gibson 

Smith. Jan.-. Itt. 2. Rumn 

Smith. Mr-. Jan.- kirk.,,:.,,. Ilobbs Rd.. Creensbot 

Smith. Janie, Plkeville 

Smith. Jo Ann. Rt. I. Box 178. h. , ■,..-,— ill.- 

Smith. Juanita. 222 Van,-, St.. Lexington 

smith. I ,11, a,, It. II.. Lake Waccamaw 

S.nith. Lou Klla. lit. I. Seen Springs 

Smith. Maraan-I Edward.. 1 30 1 Bro 



Mar> Eli/ab<-th. It While U.,k lid.. Biltmore 

A.hevilh 
Smith. Mar, Janice, Rt. 1. Fairmont 
Smith. Nancy Jo. 615 Colonial Dr.. High Point 
Smith. Nancy Pag,. 22111. Pirn-crest Rd.. Crccnsb 
Smith. Nell Whitley. Box 17 1. Vanccyvillc 

85. 173. 
Smith. Norma Dolor,.. 21(17 Spring Garden St.. 

Greensboro 
Smith. Peggy Gwyn. Rt. 3, Thomasyille 
Smith. Sail, Anne. Walnut Cave 
Smith. Shirlcv M.. Cherry St.. Kernersville 

..ill.. Vivian Janet, 1113 F. Mulberry St.. Gold. 



Sue, 



2101 Croydon Rd.. Charlotte 
a Mae. Rt. 1. Box 388. Plv ....... 

.11., Stauller. 268 Derrick Av. 



64 Palmy 
ne. Rt. 1. 



103 Forest Hills Dr.. Wilmington 
Somcrs. Belly Jean. Rt. 1. Elon College 

Sorrentino. Mar. Nanev, 1151 Mundy Lane. Bronx. N. V. 
Southall. Barbara Anne. 156 N. Mercer St.. Rocky Mount 
Spahr. Dorothy Jean, Bristol Road. Abingdon, Va. 
Spake. Virginia Bar. 21(1 Rowan Ave.. Spencer 
Spear, Karlyn Mavo. Wilson St.. Madison 
Speetor. Zita Ann. 81 Ocean Parkway, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 13 

Speight, Suzanne. Ingle. id,- Farm. Edrnton 
Spencer. A.l.lvu Cardwell. 322 Providence Rd.. Charlotte 
Spencer. Jane. 131-1 Fasten, Ave.. Roekv Mount 11; 

Spencer. Mary Anne. 516 W. Third A 
Spink.. Carol- i, s,„., rl . Rmhrrfurd College 
Spoolman. Nanev. 5(17 Granville St.. Windsor 
Sprinkle. Emma Laura, 1928 W ak, " 



Stacy, Barbara. Rumn 

Stalling., Bobbv Ann. 11(17 I rban 

Stamey, Jean. 1160 Fourth St.. Perry Point. Md. 

Stanley, Margaret Barnes. 403 Lindsay St.. High 

Staneil, Bettv Josephine. 1117 Harford St.. Srlma 

Stanliel.l. Dorothv 1).. Brown Summit 

Slanfield. 1'al.v I.e.. Brown Summit 

Stanley. Ann Morris. R.F.D. 3. Fairmont 

Stanley. Jcannine. Carolina Beach 

Stanley. Mar,, I,... J„v. 327 W. 7th St.. Siler Citv 

Stanlev. Marianne. 21(12 VV rem, Ave.. Grecnsbo, 

Stanton. Elizabeth V, Box 32. Stantonsburg 

Starr. Ruth. 606 Courl 



133 



Virginia. "07 Co 



. Greensboro 
rtland St.. 



Stelfan. Sophia. 3(15 N. Hamilton St.. High Poi, 
Stephens. Edna Mae. Rt. 2. Liberty 
Stephens, J.-an. Box 98. l aneov . iile 
Stephens. Lois. 1411 Acadia St.. Durham 
Steppe. Melba Jcane. 



Slrrm j; 
sti-wart! 



511 



Oral 



let Lila. 125 E. 93rd St.. 

can Weaver. 132 S. Broad St.. W instoi 
o Ann. 1621 Bev.rl, Dr.. Charlotte 
iorma Joan. 814 Milton St.. Greensboro 
Stilw.ll. Mar- >,„,. ,,o , , ,.,,tral A ,,.._ Charlotte 
Stimson, Mary Elizabeth. 245 E. Broad St., 

States, ill,- 
Slockard. Carol. HO Albright Ave.. Graham 
Stokes. Juanita loll,.,, 11103 Johnston. Greenville 

St,.,,.-. Edltha Anne, 2609 Camden Rd., Crecn.bc 

Stone. Fmilv. 146 Cranford St.. Ashrboro 
Stone. Faye Joyce. Pilot Mountain 

2008 Beverly, Charlotte 



Slr.-lilz. Mary Jane, Parkview Apt. 

Strickland'. Bobbie.' 9117 Vlarket St.. 



Stroth.-r. Dorolh-. 117 V, ill,.... 
Slrother. Margaret Louise. Rt. 
Stroud. Ann \V itheringinn. Box 
Stroud. Peggy Jo. Rt. 1, Pink 



I air, lew Dr.. Lexinglo 

. 2. Whitakers 

■. Rt. 2. Whitakers 



Tallov. Ann. 31" High Point St.. Randleman 
Tallev. Martha. 31" High Point St.. Randlema 
Talton. Lady Lynn. iNortb and Church St., Zel 
Tanch. Elizabeth I Beth I, 40 Taylor St., 



308 W. Pearsa 

Tate. Peggy Foster. 2" Oak St.. Belmo 
latum. Pauline. Rt. 2. Box 113. Eliz. 
Taylor. Anne. Elon College 
Tayl. ~ 



Annabel. 120 McL 



Barbara Ann. 515 Avent St.. 
Taylor. Barbara May. 907 Elwell Ave 

lav lor. A. Frances. 822 Second St., Dt 
Taylor, France, J.. 505 E. 56 St., Sa 
Tavlor, Janet W oodlv. 1001 W. Alia, 

lav l„r. Loi.. Elon College 
Tavlor. Marjorie Elise. 620 W. 2nd S 
Tavlor. Marv Anna. Rt. 3. Williams!. 
Tavlor. Ituhv. 314 F. Peyton Ave., Kill 
Teoguc. Marv Elizabeth. 215 W. Iniv, 
Chapel Hill 



Templet,.!,. Bettv Louise. 2300 Overhill Rd.. CI 
Te.h. Patricia. 2337 Greenwav \ve.. V>in.|„,,.S 
Thaeker. J, an. 18115 Walker Ave. Grcen.boro 

Thigpen. Margaret W lard. V Main Si 

Ihigpe,,. Sallic Little. N. " 



St., Scol 
Charlene. 2 17 Boulevard. High Point 
Thomas. Dori- .lean. 22dl F,,glew„„d Ave.. Durha, 
Thomas. Dori. Jean. 2116 Norton Rd.. Charlotte 
Thomas. France. Marian. 12(12 Hv man Ave.. 

Henderson, ill. 
Thomas. M. Geraldine. Rt. 1, Box 17. Culber.on 
Thomas. Jan. W .. 303 Madison. Korkv Mount 
Thomas. Kathleen. Ilol Highland Ave.. Salisbury 
Thomas, Lorene Earlry, Box_217. Enfield 

Thoma: 

Thomas. Martha Jane. 210 Wh 

Thomas. Nancy Anne. Cameron 

Thomas. Patricia Aremr. 121 E. Franklin St.. 

Hagrrslown. Md. 
II.......... Itebeeea Vim. 17 13 Flwood Ave.. Greens 

II...... Vu.lr.v Marie. 3 1 Chestnut St.. Null,- 

Thompson. Betty Jane. 1112 Glenwood Ave.. 
Greensboro 

Thompson. Fran,-,. \nii. (la,, -rack. N. Y. 



e St.. Fort Mill. 



Ibomp." 
lb 



race. Bl. 3. Laurinburg 
nr Long. 237 S. Main St.. Gral 
annettr. Rt. 5. Goldsboro 
,,,!,, Zachary. 416 Springdale 

argretta Burns. 530 North Ma 



Thompson. Marv I.illie. Rt. 1. Box 40. Clarkton 

Thumps Peggy. 6l() E. Club Blvd.. Durham 8 

Thompson. Thelma Lee. Mountain Park 
Ibomp.,,,,. Virginia Dare. Box 181. Whitakers 
Thornton. Marv Lee. 29 W. Sprague St.. W inston-Salrm 
Thornton. Shirlcv Anne. 130 Grove St.. Salisbury 
Thrash. Marv George. Ill Acton Hills Circle. Asheville 
Tilley, Barbara Ann. 126 Funis St., Fuquay Springs 
Till,--. Bertha. 1619 Ashe St.. Greensboro 
,,ll .,,.,,,. Hull, knight. Rt. 3. Carthage 11 

Til.on. Marjorie Jeanne. 1010 Knox St.. Durham 
Tinder, Elizabeth Villi. 1 9 1 6 Vineyard St., 

Hluelield. W . \ a. 
Todd. Mr.. France, R. Palmer. 271" Belvedere Ave.. 

I I, „l 

Tola. Marv Ague, 



115. 160. 169. 170. 



Chase. Md. 
Troii.l.alh. Jan.! Adelaide, laurel Hill 
Trrpkr. Sail, Jean. 71(1 Brookside Dr.. High Point 
Tribble. Dorothv Mae. 1915 Mecklenburg Ave.. 



Stvron. Carol,,, loui.e 2 1(11, Wilson St.. Durham 


140 


Tribble 


. lean LaVerne. 2101 V.ho St. 1 


Sublett. Margaret Irene. 25 Bear Creek Rd.. 1. he- ill. 


139 


Tripp. 


Von. Hi,,,.. 3(17 Blandwood A 


Suessmuth. Ruth. 9,|„ w N.,.1, s,.. W ilson 




Trospe 


. Edith Woodman. Rt. 2, Box 3 


Sugg. Mildred. 6116 V gc St.. Kinston 


31. 86 


Trott, 


Marv Fvolvn. 511 Kentwood Par 


Sugg.. Evelyn Irelta. lit. 3. Box 185. Thomasv ille 


139 


Trout. 




Suitt, 11,11,- Marie, lit. 3. llill.boro 


133 




an. Bettv Jean. Rt. 9. Box 77. C 


Sullivan. Ruth Ann. 2(12 F. Fifth St.. Burlington 


133 






Suinmerliu. Ove.la Bobbin.. 11(1 N. Trade St.. 






( arolyn .1, .... Box 1 1. Brys„„ C 


Rock Hill. S. C. 








Summers. Belt, J.-an. 332 W oodrow Ave.. High Point 


151 




Virgin, a 1 v angeline. Rt. 2, Box 


Summey, Edith Elizabeth. Rt. 4, Box 153. High Poin 




K 




Sutherland. Ruth Ann. Hunter St.. Box 47, Madison 


142 


Tun. la 


1. Betsy L.. 415 W. Hayes St.. A 


Sutton, E. Anne, lit. 3. Box 12 1. LaGrango 22. 


27. 115 


T i.rli.it 




Sutton. Linda Mae. 89 Woodward Ave., Asheville 




Turner 


in,, killr.ll. lit. 2. Henderson 


Sutton. Margaret. Box 211. Pag. land. s. c. 


115 




Blanche Carol, n. 25(18 Walker 


Sutton. Marion Brock. 1(102 N. Mel.ewean St.. kin, ton 




Turner 


Loi, Deborah, lit. 2. tt adesbor 


Sutton. Paula. 500 Beaman St., Clinton 




Turner 


l.v.lia Camilla. Conway 


Sutton, Peggy ON.il, 300 Beaman. Clinton 


86 


Turner 


Marv Mi.,-. Rt. 2. Henderson 


Swain. Mrs. Naidal. 1110 Madison Ave, Greensboro 


86 


Turner 


Sarah Parker. Mount lilla 


Swanson. Kath.-rin. . 17 « al.-rl.ur, Rd.. 




Tweed. 




Lppcr M.mt.lair. N. 1 


133 


Tyson. 


Vd.line Siblv. Hi. 5. Monroe 



~»i II. 1 ^ ( 1.1. -1 

Swindell. Jane. 613 Mor 
Elizabeth City 



Nun St.. Wilmington 
ar. Box 196. Rt. 2. Ede 



Greenwood St.. Lea 



anklin St.. Chapel 1 



1 nderwo 
1 pchurc 
Ipchurc 



Lea, Four Oaks 



Marie, la, tie Havi.e, 
ilia Mae. Box 29. Tazew 



Horn. June. 18111 Madlao 
Vcss. Frances Campb 
Wilmington. Del. 



Kilt 



2 Talla, 

Vann. Nancy Vennie. Rich Square 
Veaeh. Barbara Anne. Mavodan 
Veasey. Anne Royaler, 210 W. Tenth St.. Wi 
Venable. Cordelia Rav. Rt. 7. 219A, Crccnsb, 
Venter.. ,,,.„ 1 liz.il.. (I,. I 1., ,(.,,, 
Vestal, Bertha Earlene. "H2 s.,„,h Cox St., As 
\i.la. Beatrice. Rt. S. Hendersoiiv ille 
von Tresckow. Ruth I tha. Thcdinghausen. 

Bahnhof.tr. 29 1. Bez. Bremen. Germany 
Voorhis. Anne, 212 University Dr.. Chapel 



W addell. JoAnnr. 61 Ltterbv Rd.. Malvern 

» addell. Nellie, Ennice 

W a.le. Harriett E„ Roxboro 

Wagoner. Patsv Anne. 311 Lef tw ieh St.. Cr, 

Walker. Imogen,- Elizabeth. 109 Franklin i 

Walker. Mildred J.an. Box 26. Bostic 

Walker. Nanev Alexander. 1 tOO 15th St.. 

Walker. Sara kalhr, „. 12 1 luggrshall St.. tl 

Wallace. Hattie. 3()S Buick Ave. Kannapo 

Wallace. Nancy Lee. Carthage 

Wallace. \..rn,., June. Hampton, illr 

W alb-r.tein. Hilda. U.II7 laburnum Ave.. 

Rirhmond. Ya. 
Walling. Glad-, Theresa. 15 Gold S 
ft alter. Barbara Dolores. 450 Lynn 
Walters. Carolyn Louise. Rt. 3. Box 
Walton. Barbara, 45 West 81st St.. 
Walton. Dorolhv Venable. Rt. 2. Bo 
Ward. Esther Mae. 133 W. Catawba 



Springfield. Mass. 

14. Greensboro 
lew York. N. Y. 
301, Boekingham 



rd. Mary An 



Rt. 



Ward. Marv Ann. .11(1 Audabon St.. Goldsl 

Ward. Srlma Elder. 121 S. Fourth St.. Snii 

W ar.l. Theresa Dozier. Rt. 2. W hitakers 

W ard. Wendy, 530 E. 23rd St., 



larrcn. Bettv Ann. Longhurst 

1 arren. Cora Lee. Conetor 

I arren. Dais. Maxine. 1509 Anderson St.. W ilson 

I arren. Frances. Edward 

V arr.n. Mildred W hitakcr. 3(16 W . Parish Dr.. Bens, 

. arren. Patricia, 731 S. Main St.. Box 206. 

Salrm Station. Winston-Salem 
larrcn. Rub. Jovce. 4300 Market St. Rd.. Winning 
latorman. Regena Lee. 901 S. Orleans Ave.. 

Tampa. Fla. 
S al.on. Carolvn Louise. 601 Chancery PL. Grecnsbo 
S atson. Jean Allen. Box 884. Pinehurst 
I all,. B.ttv Jean. Bl. 1. Taylorsvillr 
iough. Dori, June. 233 Kellv St.. Slates, illr 
laa-h. E,elvn Marie. White Plains 
V.alh.rlv. Mary Anne. 3223 Wake Forest Highway. 

V. all,, r- p.. on. Marv. 1420 Ford St.. Winston-Salem 

Fearer, Pattie Leigh, Red Oak 

leaver. Sallv Mae. SOI S. Pine St.. Hock. Mount 

V.h.r. Mar, Eleanor. 109 Mitchell Ave.. Salisbury 

Vebster. Joe Ann. Rt. 1. Stokc.dale 

t el r. W,,,l.... 516 Bonnrr St., Washington 



We r„. R. 1 ea. 111. 3. Thoma.villr 

Welrh. Anne I... (31 Norwood Cl. Apts.. High Po 

Welch. Peggv Jean. Rt. 2. Kernrrs.illr 

Wells, Barbara. 2134 Creenw av Ave., Charlotte 

Well,. Charlotte Iran.,-,. Hampstead 

Well,. Ella Lee. Wallace 

Welsh. Jo. Benlon. Welsh Heights. Monroe 

Werner. Barbara Jean. 2216 Malvern Rd.. Chariot 

Werner. Marie Dolor,-. 2216 Malvern Rd.. Charlo 

We, .man. Marv Jane. 121)1 Anderson St.. Wilson 

We.l. Bettv Gray. Warsaw 

West. Dorothv Pearl. 51)8 Harding Ave.. Kinston 

West. Elizabeth Browning. 3600 Noble Ave.. 

Richmond. Ya. 
W heeler. Jacqueline Frances. 
Wheeler. Ruth Powell. 919 
Whelpley. Joan. 5602 Rock, 



Md. 



. West C. Street. New 
ix 18. Belmont 
v 18. S. Point Road. 
Sloop St.. Kannapoli 



1. Box 637. Cornrliu. 

8211 Mill, r s,.. Wi',',. t,.„. Salem 
arie. Bt. 1. South Mill. 

ler. 130 Woo.ll.nr,, R.L. Hal.-igl, 
Ihodes. SIS West 5th Ave.. Cast. 

ashinglon Park. W a,hington 



158. 159. 160 



101 Warwick Rd.. 



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Faulkner, 111. 2. Boa 74, \.l...... \... 

(.nil lull. II. I.. Rook] Hounl ll'». 

,»,,. 2 I 17 M.rl.l. S,.. Wi, .s„|,„, 

... ■"•• I \... M 

inn' Harvard Ive., Greenaboro 
■■■• MUali.-tl.. ll Ui.l. Si.. 



I .... 



l ."..-.. 



aabeth III. 

..... N ' lit. III. W ilk.-.l,„r„ 

• in,. Pri.rilla l.ill.utl. 1107 Alabama Am-.. 
illl.im.,.1,. V.l.li.-. 21..% 1'r.ir Ilr 1.1,,,, II. 

Edwl lahe 

,11, „,„...„. \,„, I! „,. 2,,.". I\.,r...., Ilr.. V.I,.. 

Jr.ll II.- II. -•..--, IV., r Ir.. \.|„-. 

June Ellen, 95 Seventh St., Uxlngl 

l.oui..- Ma.-. 1.2.1 llrn.,,1, SI.. Il.„k. 

larbara. 207 V Contemned, l„r....ill 
Rlehardaon Dr.. H,ids, 
Mar. J„. III. 1. Lawndale 
ill„iiulil,>. "I, ..mi.-, .".ill \„ril, Si.. Ah..»ki.- 

Is. Allcr Kli.nl.. -III. 12(1 V I ,-ilar 9k. kr.-.-n.l 

ion, Alirr l.a.i ih. 2:12 «. Main St., Thomaa. 



PI., Cherlolta 
11,1.. Chariot! 



..II.. 1,1,,., I ,.rl. , .III.", 



-•n St., M 



.,-. Liuti « hlle, 


k 


ii.lnulon H.I.. 








nark. Marjori. J, 


. 2211 1 


Cheaterfield A..-.. 1 


id, M. Almetrice, 


Boa 95, v. llaon'i Mill. 


,d, Ellaabeth »... 


7111 Sr, r „ \ | 


Ml.,,,, . Ca. 






„1, El»i,- Jarqui-lin,-. tat 




,,l. Sara Hull,. 2.1') l'..rk 


Ave., Takoma Mark 


..1,11. \„„. 2(11 \ 




idler, Katharine 




.11)1 W. Main SI.. 


.<lrufr. Rebecca, 








.2211 


Circle Dr.. Ralelfjh 








.,1.. Doroth] leai 






■lard, Harl.aru A, 




E. Illh Si.. Wa.hi 


.ten, Bonnie Fay, 




11(11 


kn.un. Patricia, 




Mali, Si.. BnrUngt. 


rk.. Billi.- Jo. V., 


t ll.„ 


„. Rock] Moral 


rley, Dorothy II. 


n. 22 


Mean Ave., I antoi 


■ley, Ann.-, link 


Clt> 




,. Doroth) lean, 


:iiii N 


Morgan *i . -1.. II. 


un. Elinor Lucy, 


(09 Se 


(i Ive., 


fjrc.-nsboro 




IT 



I h-ll,a(„ \. 



Kaolin I - 

i ll. ...i... 
la. 17 vl.ln Si.. I . 

I.. IK I II... 2 
-.((I II. -I -( Rorl 



. I: ■■• I,. -I. ■ 121'. II.. I.ar.l.on Dr.. I 

n«. III,. I,., I, Ja„. Till t r .|.|., ||,|.. Iharb.il 

„u- I., Maria, mi Montana \... \.l I. 

a* J.,,.. I... ll.", ». ^r.„,.„ S|.. Durham 

I "I. I. ll". '.I. Madl.on 

(Hi. Mar, Itulh. lit. (,. I. .,,._,..,, 

,,a. N.nr. Amrlia. 111.". I H-rum P|.. ||,,l liar, 

an, Shlrte] 



l la 



... I .... 



Unreal Dr.. 11. . Foi, 



I-.", ICI.IkI, Apl... Il.lrlah 
Zri«rr. Sail. V„„ (.-,1(11 K.rl.. Ilr.. I.rrrn.l.oro 
Zomp. H.b.-rra t„„. I7((.", V Mill -I lai.i.l.i. - 

I.r. . I. If. a I \.r.. Hurl,, 



Zappa v,... Rli 
I, A, 

n. Jr.n 



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M.I Alio- K. 

.dan... Charles M. 
Ada,,,.. Dr. Elijab.il. 
•dam.. Maude L. 
\dan... Mrs. M.y L. 
U.xnndrr. Louis.- B. 
Allvater, H. Hugh 



Rar.l..l|.h. Dr. Richard 
Barksdalc. Susan E. 
Barney. Dr. W infield S. 
Barren, Dr. W illiam R. 
Barron, Dr. Madic Ware 
Harrow. EI. a E. 



SOO Adams St. 


Hall. Alonzo C. 


3X5 South Chapman Si. 


Hammond. Mrs. Louise 


517 Highland Ayr. 


Hardawo.. Dr. Malhilde 


3 IT 1 ;; Tate St., Apt. 3 


Hardin. Noma 


1516 Walker Ave. 


Harare, Mrs. Josefina E. 


802 Twickenham Dr. 


Hardre. Rene 


1205 Madison Ave. 


Harp-tee. Dr. Hilda T. 


Weil Hall 


Harrell. Mar. 


120 E. Fisher Ave. 


Harris. Mildred 


1(127 Spring Harden St. 


llarwood. Edith 


123 Melver St. 




209 Elniwo.,.1 Dr. 


Haw kin.. Mr.. Kathleen 


815 Rankin St., Apt. 3 


Head. Betty Jeanc 


College Park Apts. 


Hedgpeth. Mr-. Marfan. 




liege. Josephine 




Honnis. Gail 




Highsmilh. Dr. J. A. 


207 Tate St. 


II. .Id- M..r. 


533 Highland Ave. 


Hoeker. Robert G. 


127 Mel..r St. 


Holder. Mrs. Elizabeth J 


Bo* 252, Kt. 1 


Holloway. Birdie 11. 


Box 252. Rt. 1 


Hood. Marjorie 


.ring Grade.. St.. V ,.t . :i 


Hooke. Dr. Mai. elm K. 


11127 Spring Garden St. 


Hornaday. John , 


217 Kensington R.l. 




1002 Courlland St. 


Huffman. Edith 


11(5 E. whittingmn St. 


Hum. Mrs. Ligia 


2323 Fernwood Dr. 


Hunter, Dr. Eugenia 


807 Rankin s,. 


Hunter. Mrs. Mar. Alter 


406 Blandwood Ave. 


Hurley. Dr. Leonard B. 


1611 St. Andrews Rd. 


Ho... Mr-. Mar. K ... 1,1. , 


1559 Walker Ave. 


II,,-,.. Mr. Minnie M 


1112 West Lake Dr. 




307 Tate St. 




9117 Spring Garden St. 




212 West Avondale 


Ingraham. Helen 


3171/. Tate St.. Apt. 2 


1... Gregor] D. 


539 Jefferson St. 




1503 Fairmont St. 




119 E. Smith si 





2312 Walker A... 

2S12 Walker Ave. 

S06 Lake Dri.. 

819 N. Elm St. 

5 Springdale Court 

1127 Spring Garden St.. Apt. 7 

1006 Courlland St. 

2211 Sherwood St. 

203 Tate St.. W inborn Ct. B-l 

306 N. Mendenhall St. 

317 Tate St., Apt. 2 

11117 West Market St. 

121 Vandalia II. I 



506 E. Lak. Drive 



.11. Mr.. Ma.ki 



I lark. Mr.. Hell. Du 
( lark, . Mrs. Ruth A. 

Clutts. II. P. 



Coviug(on. Dorothv 
Cowling. Elizabeth 
Cox, Elsie Jane 



II, 1, ,,,.,„ 

ll.Venv. 
DeVenv. 
II. \ inn. 


. Marie 11. 
Mrs. Ilori- 
\\ illiam 1 . 

. Margarel ( 


Dioki George » 

Dobbins. Mr.. Sara 

.th.lt. Doane 

Draper. Rern.CC E. 
Drinkwater. Barbara 



llin.haw Hall 


Keeney. Dr. Pauline F 


1 S.,,.11. Chapman St. 


Kehoe. Mr.. Calhr. lie 


218% Tate St. 


h.i-i.r. Ilr. Uberl S. 




Kiger. Franee. 


.1(17 N. Flam 


himm.l. Dr. Herbert 


end, ..hall St.. Apt. 3 


King. Anne Lee 


9(17 Courlland s,. 


Kline. Duone P. 




Kornegay, Mr., \n.ii. 






1 inborn C... Tale Si! 


Krem.r. Ilr. Jn.i pl.inr 


16 S. Mendenhall SI. 




Jamison Hall 




lols Guilford A... 






l.ael. Mrs. 1 ranee, H. 




Lain.-, Frank .. 




1 an,. Mr.. Marie 


1 1 Spring Garden Si. 


Largenl. Vera 


•Ill I M.I... s,. 


l.aR... helle. Vug... li... 


917 Walker Ave. 


Layman. Dr. Emma M 


1(12 11..,,.. wood Ave. 


Leonard. Marjorie 


Rt. 8. Box 2.-.II 




203 Tate St. 




( ..llax. V ( . 




931 Corr S(. 




.. Winburn Apt. B-l 




9 Mel.er St.. Apt. R 




202 S. Flan. .... 




202 S. Elan. A.e. 


Love. Lila Bell, 


10.1 W e.ldale Plaee 




301 Melver St. 




218 College Plan 




615 Jo.n.r St. 




1908 Walker Ave. 




1359 W alker A.e. 


MeBane. Mrs. Frances 


1 112 West Lake Dr. 


Met ..Num. Mr.. Pearl 


21.1 W Ikon St. 


Mcleod. A. H.. Jr. 



210 Mel.er s,. 

21(( Mel.er St. 

I'll' I spring Garden St. 

192 t Spring Garden Si. 



.106 D y.hland Dri. e 

503 1 .i_. S. Aveoek S(. 

17 College Park Dri.. 

2 12 Westo.er Terrace 

2126 Camden Road 



;i(l(l We.l Market S|. 

s. College Park Drive 

111 s. Mendenhall Si. 

Ill Mel.er Si. 

313 Tate St. 

cad Rd.. Chap. I Hill 

1(12 llomewnod ,,,, 

207 Wa-.rl. W .,, 

I701-1 Manor Dri. e 

7 Springdale C..ur( 

808 Fairmont St. 

1211 West Market St. 

2 11 I Walker A.e. 

* inborn (I.. Tate St. 

500 Adam. Si. 



Edward.. Margaret M. 
Lichee. Dr. C. Franklin 
England. Kathryn McA. 



Gangstad. II.. \irgi, 
Garrard. Hr It..!,, , . 

Cilea, Mar) V 

Glass. Irene 

I. ....Id. Mildred R. 

Graham. Dr. Edwar 

Grantham. Dewe, W 

Gralio 






Cre.n 
I.re.l, 
I. rill,,,. Ellon 
Griffith, Philip M. 
Crogan, lone H. 
Gnllandcr, Mngnl.il, 
Gulliver. Charlotte 
Gantcr, Ruih 
(.,1... Mar] 



1708 Friendly Rd. 



7 Springdale Court 

lOl N. Park Dr. 

50 IC. IN. Greene St. 

South Spencer Hall 

132 Melver St. 

I 1(12 Spring Garden s,. 

310 Mel.er St. 
504 S. Mendenhall Si. 

207 Tate St. 

517 Park Terrace 

11(19 W. Market St. 

311 Melver s, 
102 II. .mew I A.,-. 

Mil'. Forest A.e. 

Colt Hall 

502 Fore.l \... 

212 West Avondale 

2(1.1 Tat. St.. >,., V | 



Mehalhe. Harriet! 
Men.or.. Mr.. Marjoi 
Miller. Georgia 
Mill.r. Ilr. Mela II. I. 

M.n'or. \'ll.','n.""l( 



N.al. Mrs. John 
Newton. Mr.. Mar. E. 
New Ion. Mildred P. 



"Boyle. Dr. I.enorc 



..II 11.11 



ntrv Club Apts. 
519 Park Ave. 
.ulh Aveoek St. 

.1. McLean., ill. 



512 Tate S 
1908 Walker Av 
Mary Fousl Ha 



Kill.-. Guilford A.e. 

5 Cuitford Ave. 

504 Forest St. 
North Spencer Hall 



316 Melver St. 



Pfaff. Dr. Eugene 
Phillip.. Charles \\. 
PI., Hi,-. Dr. Co. T. 
Pi.kard. Helen Lee 



oberts. W alker K. 
obinson. Mrs. Eloi 
ogers. II. .11,- J. 



Seott. M. Louise 
s.aw.ll. Mar, Rob 
Shafrr. Rulhc 

Shaftesbury, Hr. \ 
Shamhurger. Anne 



s,„iih. Hlair L. 
Smith. John A. 
smith. Sara Elizabeth 
Spivcv. Dr. C. Callawa. 
Sprnlll, Pan. 

Stale.. Mrs. Helen K. 
Stewart, Margaret M. 
Slrateniever. Dr. Clara C. 
Street. Mr.. Madeleine II. 
Suiter. Alice A. 

Sun roll. Jane 

Sumner. Mark R. 
Surrall. Mrs. Helen K. 



Residence 

1006 Walker Ave., Apt. 26 

515 Jeffer..... Si. 

319 Mel.er St. 

210 South Tremont Drive 

308 Tate St. 

402 S. Aveoek St. 

HP27 Spring Garden St.. Apt. 2 

Kill Spring Garden St.. Apt. 4 

North Spencer Hall 

10(11 Hill St. 

103 West Greenway. North 

216 Kensington Road 



North Spencr Hal 

321 Melver St 

1219 (lakmont Ave 

127 1 i.enho«'.-r"llri.', 



Spring Garden St., Apt. 2 
203 Tale St., Apt. A-6 



Trumper. Virginia 



.-Ilia,,, 
le SI.. A 



927 Carr Slreel 

415 W . Gaalon S(. 

315 Tate St. 

517 Highland A.e. 

ring Garden St.. Apt. 6 

1006 Courlland St. 

106 S. Avc.ek si. 

90S Fairmont St. 

2335 Albright Dri.e 

1827 Colonial A.e. 

Km s. v.cock St. 

303 S. Mendenhall St. 

335 Mel.er St., Apt. 4 

5 Springdale Curl 

800 W . Bessemer Ave. 

Box 199, Julian. N. C. 

511 University Dri.e 

1003 Fairmont St. 

Mendenhall Hall 

606 Jo, nor St. 

care Pla.Iik.r- 

115 Franklin Boulevard 

400 S. A, '.'... k s,. 



Shaw Hall 

1406 Cardinal Plaee 

3116 Willow brook Dri.e 

3100 West Market St. 

.".III'. Ea.t lake Dri.e 



i.garber. Mr.. Il.ll.ial, 
isgarber. Elliot 
M....... Dr. Rowena 



White. Mrs. Nell ( I, ,, 

Whillnek. V. Louise 
W ilkinson. Albert A. 
Williams. Mar. Katharina 
William.. Dr. Maude 



2(11 S. Tr ont Drive 

301 Melver St. 

322 S. Mendenhall St. 

1(127 Spring Garden St.. Apt. 6 

317% Tate St., Apt. 1 



1008 Walker Ave., Apt. 3 


1027 Spring Garden St. 




1704 West Market Si. 


608 Courlland St. 


S. Mendenhall St., Apt. 1 


2209 Wright A.e. 


1027 Spring Garden St. 


1(126 1 . tj,. s , Market St. 


329 Melver St., Apt. 1 


1813 Rolling Road 





CRADI ATE 


ASSISTANTS 


londrnhall St. 


Chapman. Robert R. 


914 Spring Garden St. 


Dehoney. Marty, onne 


121 Tate St. 




Edward.. Louise Patrick 


313 Mel.er St. 




Jones. Caroline 


1207 West Market St. 


935 Carr St. 
935 Carr St. 


King. ».!,„., L. 


Room 5, Mel.er House 


Olson, Mildred 
Parker. Ruth 


M a c S A d cr' C Hou a sc 




Potts, Jessil 




Host Lake Rd. 


Roberts. Harriet E. 


320 Mel.er S, 


10 Cypress St. 


Winston. II. Elizabeth 





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